Friday, 24 January 2014

Food on Friday: Silverbeet & Spinach

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We're collecting Silverbeet & Spinach recipes for this Food on Friday.  Many of you might know Silverbeet as Swiss Chard.

According to Stephanie Alexander, Silverbeet goes well with:

Anchovies
Bacon
Blue cheese
Butter
Capers
Cream
Currants
Dried beans
Eggs
Fresh tomato sauce
Garlic
Ham
Lemons
Mozzarella
Olive oil
Onions
Pine nuts
Sultanas

And Spinach goes well with:

Anchovies
Bacon
Beef
Butter
Chick peas
Chicken
Coconuts
Cream
Croutons
Eggs
Fish
Garlic
Gruyere cheese
Ham
Lemon juice
Mushrooms
Nutmeg
Olive oil
Orange juice
Pancetta
Parmesan cheese
Pasta
Pears
Pepper
Pine nuts
Potatoes
Rice
Ricotta cheese
Sultanas
Tomatoes
Venison
Yoghurt


Adding your dish to the collection is simple.  Just pop your name and the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky box below and then paste the url for your post about the dish into the second box.

To make it easier for you to choose which other dishes to check out, I will be pinning the dishes to this Pinboard.

Have healthy fun with these greens!




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33 comments:

  1. Hi Carol! I can't believe that January is almost over either. This week I'm sharing my Warm Spinach Dip made with Goat Cheese.
    I hope you have a great week!

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  2. Hi, Carole! Just added our yummy Two Healthy Kitchens salad with nuts, feta and cranberries - so super-simple but always a huge crowd-pleaser! Thanks, as always, for hosting! :D

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  3. Thank you Carole for this opportunity greetings from Orlando and Happy 2014!

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  4. Thanks Carole, Sending along my go-to spinach recipe for brunch or appetizers.

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  5. Carole,
    I've been up to my ears in html for #AppetizerWeek, so THANK YOU for the opportunity to merely link up some of my spinach and swiss chard recipes!
    I've got a tasty appetizer--Salmon, Swiss Chard (Silverbeet) and Artichoke Dip. I've baked this in the oven and also cooked it in the slow cooker--either way it is delicious on crackers or baguettes or chips. I've got a wonderful entree (that could be vegetarian, but my recipe is not) Panade with Swiss Chard, Onion, and Cheddar Sausage. Such a simple winter use of day old bread! I've got a side dish--Creamed Swiss Chard with Back Bacon. I've got a breakfast--Green Eggs No Ham. And I've got 2 pizzas: Turkey Pesto Spinach pizza and My Deployment Pizza (what I make just for me, just the way *I* like it, as a treat when my spouse is deployed) which starts with a spinach dough and is topped with mushrooms, anchovies, and artichoke pesto.
    Thanks for hosting!

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  6. Hi Carole. First of all, thank you for hosting.

    I hope you will try my spicy spinach dip - It is healthy. Superbowl is coming here in the States.

    Madonna

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  7. Thanks Carole for hosting and have a great day! :)

    Sandi @ A New York Foodie

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  8. Thank you, Carole. It's always fun to resurrect dishes from my blog. Most of the time I've even forgot they're there!

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  9. Hi Carole, shared a few recipes of mine!

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  10. Good Evening Carole, I have shared Saag Aloo this evening.... otherwise known as Spinach with Potatoes..... and I love it. Thank you for hosting.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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  11. Hi Carole~ Thanks for hosting the great party~ I haven't been here in a few weeks, but I'm getting back in the swing of things~ Cheers~ Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  12. Hey Carole,
    Thanks so much for hosting. Have a great weekend.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above

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  13. Thanks so much for hosting, Carole!!

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  14. Hi, Carole -
    I've posted a link to my Salade Mort de Vampyr - it's a garlic-charged wilted spinach salad that'll give you plenty of reason to eat your spinach!

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  15. Feelin' the Pop-eye muscles already! Hmmm spinach! Eat those greens! Thanks as always Carole!

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  16. Mmmmmm I love spinach and especially Swiss chard! I tend to substitute one for the other quite often, depending on what I have on hand. I find that chard is the easiest thing in the world to grow, and it goes for months and months in the garden. I have added 3 different recipes today that I tend to make quite often.

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  17. Thanks Carole! As always, here's my gluten-free two cents.

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  18. Funny that I've never heard Swiss Chard called Silverbeet before! Thanks for hosting another wonderful session, Carole.

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  19. So many ways to enjoy spinach! Thanks, Carole!

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  20. Spinach pakoras - just as good with swiss chard or silverbeet!

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  21. Thanks for hosting the linkup this week :)

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  22. I love spinach!! I have too many favorites so I shared 2. Sausage spinach and mushroom lasagna. Spinach and white bean soup with brown rice. Thanks for organizing!!

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  23. Excited for this party... I need to learn more ways to prepare Swiss Chard!

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  24. Have a lovely green weekend, Carole! x

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  25. Hands down, spinach is my favorite vegetable! Thank you for the link-up!

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  26. For the amount of spinach I eat you would think I'd have posted more recipes! It won't let me add the one below for some reason.
    http://sweetloveandginger.blogspot.com/2012/11/butternut-squash-spinach-risotto.html

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  27. Mmm, mmm, MMM! Love my greens! I'm sharing one of my favorites, my sweet Post-Christmas Detox Pancakes! Thanks for hosting, Carole! Happy Friday!

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  28. Hi Carole:
    Spinach is a big part of the Bengali diet, so I've added a variety of recipes.

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers