Swiss Chard au Gratin French Bread Pizzas

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  • on March 31, 2012

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    Prepared and made this recipe the same day (roasted the garlic the day before. Very easy to put together, and very good! My only problem was that we thought the honey in the garlic paste made it too sweet and really detracted from the sweetness of the garlic itself - I wouldn't add it next time (our preference. Otherwise yum!

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  • on February 09, 2012

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    My husband and I made the entire "Week in a Day" episode and, while everything is delicious, this was truly a favorite. We cooked on Saturday (some good music on and a glass of wine made for a really fun day! and planned on having the Swiss Chard Pizzas on Friday night. The problem I have is every time in go into the refrigerator to pull out tonight's meal, I notice the level of the Swiss Chard is ever-decreasing. Husband finally confessed to "not being able to stay away from it"-- a pretty good recommendation in my book!

    One caveat: we did cook the chard a bit longer than suggested (about 15 minutes to really get rid of the bitterness. With that done, the sauce has a truly luxurious feel and taste.

    Definitely worth a try!

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