Really good, and I don't even like swiss chard. But I had a large bunch from my CSA (equal to 2 store bunches). The raisins help soften the bite of the chard. I toasted sunflower seeds instead of the expensive pine nuts, then forgot to put them on top, so I just snacked on my share afterward. I am eating leftovers for lunch right now, with the sunflower seeds, and they add a nice nutty flavor and crunch. I will definitely make again, but only if my CSA box has chard in it.
On the boring side. Edible, but won't make it again.
I give this one 5 stars. I made it according to the directions and it was fabulous!!
Nice though could maybe do with more ingredients to bulk it up a bit such as maybe roasted vegetables and herbs/spices. Maybe soya? Btw for people cooking I recommend sets of measuring cups you can get, handy. I have plastic double-ended with cup and measuring on one side and tablespoon on the other and variants such as half cup etc.
Delicious! And leftovers make great lunches to go in whole-wheat wraps.
Yum! I swapped out the chard for spinach and the rice for quinoa and reduced the amount of oil to make it a little healthier but it's quite tasty! I was weary about the raisins but they do add a nice contrast of flavor. Will definitly make it again.
Very good and interesting! I made with quinoa instead of couscous and I don't think either is really necessary. The chickpea etc. backdrop is great with the chard. Go chard!
The raisins add a nice touch to this.
My, what a handsome beagle. The dish looks great, too!
Really easy and yummy.
Nice balance of flavors and nutrients, but that sodium content is way too high for an otherwise healthful dish!