Chards with baked potatoes
- Cut off the stalks from the leaves of chards, wash them with plenty of water and dice the Swiss chards.
- Peel and cut up the potato in dice of 2x2cm.
- Peel and chop the carrot into half moons.
- Cut the bacon into thin strips of approx. 1mm and then, dice them in 2 cm.
- Boil the Swiss chard in salted water.
- Steam the potato and either steam or boil the carrot in salted water.
- Place the Swiss chards in an owen dish and coat with the mixture of potato and carrot.Then, add the bacon on top.
- Just before serving, warm up the owen dish in order to brown the bacon placed on top.
- Meanwhile, make a fried sauce with finely-sliced garlic in a frying pan (ensuring that the owen dish is practically ready to be served avoiding a bad image).
Nutritional information (1 portion)
Fiber 4.94 g
Saturates 8.53 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids 23.15 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids 4.31 g
Cholesterol 20.13 mg
Calcium 265.86 mg
Iron 7.95 mg
Zinc 0.75 mg
Vitamin A 1231.55 ug
Vitamin C 68.05 g
Folic acid 560.91 ug
Salt (Sodium) 979.54 mg
Sugars 7.05 g
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