Rainbow Chard Slaw: A Colorful Way to Eat Your GreensElizabeth Stark
At Brooklyn Supper headquarters, we recently found ourselves with a glut of rainbow chard that we had to eat our way out of. Luckily we had a tasty slaw recipe on hand to help us out. While slaw is usually a cabbage dish, it works well for a wide variety of leafy greens as well. If you have kids who are averse to eating raw greens (pretty much all kids, right?), this may do the trick of getting them to give those veggies a second taste.
Also, crucially important in the summer is that this is a no-cook recipe. I can’t stand a hot summer kitchen, and I’m sure you can’t either. When you’ve got the grill going outside, there’s no reason to have to turn a burner on inside. Don’t have any chard? It works well with other veggies as well. Try it with kale or any other leafy green. Head over to Brooklyn Supper for the recipe.