If you’re ever in need of an appetizer or vegetarian side dish that’s somewhat out of the ordinary, these savory bundles would be the ticket.
I’ve made Swiss Chard Bundles with other cheeses in the past, but the locally produced Serra smoked mozzarella is my favorite cheese to use in this particular recipe.
Place cheese in center of trimmed leaf; Brush with oil and wrap into a bundle.
Swiss chard is a sturdy leave that is tough enough to stand up over the heat of a flame. The chard flavor is marvelous with the smoked mozzarella when grilled, and the texture has just the right amount of creamy bite.
Ingredient lists are often no indication of complexity or simplicity of a recipe. This recipe is a case in point. There are only 3 ingredients, but there is technique involved which is somewhat time-consuming. If you enjoy wrapping presents, you’ll have no problem!
Several months ago my long-time pal, Mara, told me she was leasing out her home in the fall, and simultaneously renting an apartment for herself and 13-year old twin daughters in Lucca, Italy. As long as she’s access to WIFI, she can conduct her business anywhere, so why not take advantage of our flattened world. … Full recipe post »
I hesitate writing a recipe that would require a trip to the Arctic Circle to purchase (or hunt down) the main ingredient, but here you have it. Besides, I wouldn’t be surprised if Bob Sparrow (Sparrow Meats in Kerrytown) could get you a caribou tenderloin if you wanted one. Our friend, Jack, went hunting with friends on … Full recipe post »
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