There are three main varieties of chard: the common or white chard, the forage and the wild.
The chard is a very useful food to achieve a balanced diet as it offers, in addition to vitamins and minerals, low calories, low fat and lots of fibre.
It also acts as an excellent medicinal plant that can be used as a home remedy for the relief of certain ailments. Let’s take a closer look at their properties.
· CHARD STALK.
· SLICES CHARD STALK
SATURATED FATS: 0,0g.
· TO BOIL: Place the frozen chard into saucepan with boiling water. Return to the boil and simmer for 10 minutes. Drain, season and serve.
· TO STYR FRY: Preheat a frying pan and add 8 or 10 tablespoons of oil. Add the frozen chard. Styr frequently and cook for 7 minutes.
Chard croquettes with quinoa and goat cheese.