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Saturday, March 22, 2014

Swiss Chard Enchiladas

Welcome back to my kitchen, Glitterinas!

I am glad you are joining me for a recipe that's a healthy, fresh twist on
a popular Tex Mex dish......enchiladas!

I'll start with some of the Swiss Chard that we grew
in one of our backyard garden spots.




I'll trim out the middle rib of each large, green leaf.


Then mix up the filling.....

a tube of mild pork sausage
a can of drained garbanzo beans
some chopped, white onion 
salt and pepper, to taste



Now, put a generous spoonful of filling on each trimmed Swiss Chard leaf
and roll 'em up!

Arrange these roll ups in a 
13X9 glass dish that you've sprayed with non-stick spray.



Sprinkle with some rough chopped white onion......


Bake for 35- 45 minutes at 350 degrees.

While these roly poly yummies are baking, make a quick
white, mushroom sauce to pour over them when they are served.

Mix

half a cup of sour cream
1 T ranch dressing
can, drained mushrooms, sliced

Give it a taste.....and add what your taste tells you this
easy, simple sauce needs.
Salt?  Pepper?  Red pepper flakes?


Top each plate of enchiladas with some sauce and serve!



I served these with a beverage.....but if you want to, add your family's favorite side
and enjoy a yummy meal!



Add this Swiss Chard recipe to your recipe box and trot it out 
the next time you have some delicious, fresh chard to eat up!

Glitterinas, you are the best!

Thanks so much for hanging out with me while I cooked up
a unique creation for something that came out of our garden!

Until next time,
Tammy


Thankful for

our little garden spot










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