Side Dishes

Garlic Sauteed Swiss Chard with Romano Cheese

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This Garlic Sautéed Swiss Chard with Romano Cheese recipe is a perfect accompaniment for any Italian dish. The only problem with this dish is I never make enough. My family eats so much of it, it ends up being about the same proportion as the main course. Anyways, if you love chard, you will enjoy this recipe. -Jodi

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3 T olive oil

1 T freshly minced garlic

1 bunch Swiss chard, stems cut out and chopped into 1/2 slices. The leaves coarsely chopped separately.

1 T butter

1/8 c Romano cheese or more to taste (you can substitute Parmesan cheese for Romano)

sea salt to taste
1. Bring small pot of water to boil. Add stems and boil for about 5 minutes (or until soft); drain. 2. While stems are boiling, heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add garlic and sauté for...
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Nutritions

Calories
224

Sodium
213mg
8% DV

Fat
16g
25% DV

Protein
5g
11% DV

Carbs
12g
4% DV

Fiber
1g
4% DV

Marinated Taro Root

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A marinated snack that can be used to replace late night bad habit cravings!

8 small taro roots
water
salt
1 cup yogurt, mixed with enough water to submerge roots (add salt)
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  1. Wash the taro roots well.
  2. Slightly cut a slit into each root, but not big enough to split the root into two pieces. This will allow the water and marinade to go into the taro root

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Nutritions

Calories
103

Sodium
946mg
39% DV

Fat
1g
2% DV

Protein
7g
14% DV

Carbs
17g
5% DV

Fiber
4g
18% DV
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