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!
Today’s Wednesday–8 days before Thanksgiving; 4 days before my kids, et al, come to celebrate our early-bird feast. There’s several inches of white stuff on the ground, school’s out and some neighborhood kids just made a snowman. It’s leering at me from across the street. Wipe that silly grin off your face before I knock … Full recipe post »
(Note the gold holiday ball in the right hand column of this blog. Perhaps some of my past holiday recipe blogs can be of assistance to your meal planning in the next couple of months.) Last week was spent with three lady friends in Manhattan soaking in (breathless) as many museums, plays, Halloween revelry, and….of course—food!—as we could inhale … Full recipe post »
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