Swiss Chard | Braised Chard with Garlic | VEG HACKS

In this week’s Veg Hacks movie, chef Bob looks at how to cook Swiss chard, which is the entire head of chard you may come across in our bins (and that people today generally slip-up for pak choi). Bob will make a simple side with the leaves and stalks, but you can use this planning technique for a selection of recipes.

You may notice the high-quality of the online video isn’t quite to our usual normal – quite impressively Bob managed to movie this in isolation. He can add director to his CV now!

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14 thoughts on “Swiss Chard | Braised Chard with Garlic | VEG HACKS

  • at 8:28 am

    I add some chilli flakes as well but it’s delicious. Love it in a frittata.

  • at 9:40 am

    Looks lovely

  • at 11:03 am

    Simple and elegant!

  • at 8:04 pm

    I literally just did this – learning from your knife work as well. Thank you!!

  • at 9:28 am

    good idea, looks delicious

  • at 7:23 pm

    All that’s missing is a nice lump of good butter!

  • at 7:41 pm

    Hi my friend that is bok choy

  • at 4:21 pm

    I am really jealous of whoever got to eat that

  • at 12:37 am

    That's bok choy…. not chard. El oh el

  • at 3:34 pm

    Another great way to serve swiss chard, we grow lots of this, and I use it in our vegan spanakopitas with vegan feta too! This is a really good way to cook it, and I will! Thank you 😊💕

  • at 11:21 pm

    That's… Not a braise. That's saute.

  • at 4:52 pm

    Ummm, that looks like bok choy, not swiss chard. I grow both. I know the difference.🧐

  • at 10:28 pm

    Is it hot or cold in that kitchen? T shirt and wooly hat. I might grow some chard at my allotment now though,

  • at 3:28 am

    This looks more like a bok choy than a Swiss chard. Are they related?

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