Boiled swiss chard

This is boiled swiss chard, it is delicious and simple to make. This swiss chard was grown from the garden. Swiss chard has very big leaves. There are many different kinds of swiss chard. This kind of swiss chard has green leaves with white stems. It is my first time growing this kind of vegetable. Swiss chard can also be bought from a store. Washing swiss chard 4-5 times, until there is no dirty stuff, and the water is clear. Wash it 4-5 times until there is no dirty stuff, and the water is clear.
All you need to do is boil some water in a large pan. When the water starts boiling, pour in the Swiss chard stems and close the lid. When it starts to boil again, wait for one minute and close the lid. When it starts to boil again, wait for one minute and then pour in the swiss chard leaves. The water starts boiling, let it cook for a few minutes. Open the lid. Keep the lid off to prevent the swiss chard from not being a good colour. Take a piece and taste it if it’s a bit tender. If it’s the right texture, that means it is ready. Now the swiss chard is ready. Scoop it onto a plate. I decided to cut them into pieces, making them easier to eat.
Kids and adults would love this dish. It is very delicious and tasty. The dish came out bright and colourful. The best dish I recommend with this dish is rice or noodles. It will taste so good. You can make this for lunch or dinner. This vegetarian dish is good for the eyes, and it is very healthy.
When you have leftovers, you can make a vegetarian sandwich. When you have no idea what to make on that day, you can consider making this boiled. Try the recipe and enjoy.

Washing the swiss chard:
1. In the fridge, take out a package of swiss chard.
2. In the cupboard take out a strainer and a big container to
wash the wash Green.
3. Place the large container in the sink. Take the strainer and place it
on the other sink next to it.
4. Take the Swiss chard out of the package and place it in the big container.
5. Wash all the soil off the swiss chard and throw the container of water outside.
(Note: If grown in the garden can have a lot of soil. When you buy from a store it might not
have a lot.)
6. Open each Green mustard wide wash it in the water very clean, make sure there are no dirty stuff
in the vegetable.
7.Open the cold water and fill it up. Take the end part of the mustard green on each hands. turn it upside down and separate apart and shake it in water.
(note: Make sure all the dirty stuff is out and each vegetable is clean.)
8. Each time a pieces is wash, place it in the strainer.
9. Cut the green mustard’s in half and separate the stems and leafs in two different strainer or bowl.
10. Fill the container with water and wash the green mustard 3-4 times and put it aside
(Note: make sure it is all clean and have no dirty stuff.)
11. Wash the stems 2-3 times and put it aside.

Cooking the swiss chard:
1. In the cupboard, take out a large pan and put it on the stove.
2. Put some water.
3. Turn on the heat to high.
4. When the water starts boiling.
5. Pour the bowl of stems.
6. Close the lid. Wait for one minutes
7. Put in the leaves of the swiss chard.
8. When the water starts boiling, let it cook in the large pan for a few minutes.
8. Open the lid. Take a piece and taste it. If it’s a tender, that means it is ready. If not, then you need to cook it a bit longer.
(Note: keeping the lid off will prevent the swiss chard from being not a good colour.)
9. When the swiss chard is ready.
10. Turn off the heat. Take a plate, pour all the swiss chard onto a plate and place it on the table.
11. Enjoy.