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Swiss Chard, Potato, and Chickpea Stew


Source: Quick from Scratch - Vegetable Main Dishes
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Rating: 5
by: Gail, WA Reviewed: 09/29/2013
Delish!!
Made this recipe to go with our Friday night ham and cheese sandwiches and it was very, very good! Did do a few tweaks: used smoked paprika and only used 1/2 tsp.; did not use the cayenne & used 4 cups of water and 1 Tblspn. of chicken bouillon base. Perfect!
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Rating: 5
by: Grace, CA Reviewed: 09/20/2013
better than "authentic"
'Inspired by means based-on or similar, NOT exact or authentic. So this is not authentic- who cares? It's delicious! I can't see giving a recipe low rating without even cooking or tasting it. The only thing I did differently was to cook the greens (chop fine) in the broth, adding it with the potatoes and chickpeas, so as not to pour the nutritious 'cooking water' down the drain; & added a pinch more cayenne. Otherwise I followed the recipe exactly. Wonderful, tummy-warming, stew, & only 1 pot!
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Rating: 1
by: dorine, DE Reviewed: 11/26/2012
Not a Spanish Recipe
The vegetables are authentically Spanish, but turmeric is NOT used in Spain. Use saffron to be authentic. The paprika should be smoked, not regular. Cayenne is not used in Spain; get "hot smoked Spanish paprika." La Vera, imported to the US from Spain, is excellent. (I lived and worked in Spain for several years.)
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Rating: 5
by: Sharon, GA Reviewed: 02/20/2012
Excellent
I used fresh chickpeas, which you can sometimes buy at Mexican or Asian markets. It was simple to make and the flavors were fantastic. My husband made it with kale and it wasn't as good. I will definitely make it again.
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Rating: 5
by: Linda Reviewed: 02/19/2012
It's a Keeper!
When you have to have a 2nd helping, you know it's great! I used 1/1/2 lbs of those tiny red bliss potaotes cut into about 3 slices each. I prefer the texture of red bliss and they held up great. I also skipped the hard boiled egg since that did not appeal to me and it really didn't need that addition. The cayenne was not noticeable to me, so I may add a pinch more next time, for some heat. The broth was so good I had to dunk a crusty roll in it. Try it!
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Rating: 5
by: Lorena, KY Reviewed: 01/18/2011
Even My Kids Love It
Great flavors! Even my kids love to eat it and ask for it. To make a full meal I add polish sausage when sauteing the potatoes.
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