Holiday Recipe Swiss Chard + Soy with Steam Rice

by Tatianna Yougottalove

If you have checked out my previous Passover recipes then here is another traditional holiday dish that my Mother and my Mother-in-Law make for Every Passover. The traditional name of this dish/ recipe is called โ€“ TARRAH. Just like the name โ€“ It is so Tasty and Delicious!

This recipe is made out of ground beef and the main ingredient is pumpkin leaf.
The way my mother in-law makes it, she adds different leafs.
I’m replacing ground beef with ground soy.
This dish goes so well with some Steam Rice.

If you want to add more texture or if you may want to add more Proteins to the recipe – You can always substitute it with small beans.

Make sure to wash your greens a few times.
On the last cycle of washing each bundle of leafy greens, I add white vinegar, I let it sit for a few minutes to make sure to eliminate bacteria as much as possible and then wash it with water again.

Ingredients:
2 big red onions or 3 cups (diced)
5 large garlic clove, minced
1 pack (340g) of ground soy, mine was gluten free (or substitute with peas)
3 tbsp tomato paste
1 squeezed lemon
142g spinach or 4 cups (roughly diced)
1 bunch cilantro, roughly diced
1 bunch of red Swiss chard, roughly diced
ยฝ tsp salt
ยผ tsp pepper
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp garlic powder
1 cup of water

Directions:
Sautรฉ onions and garlic about 5-10 minutes in a Pan. Add ground soy and continue to sautรฉ for another 10 minutes. Now you can add all the greens and continue to sautรฉ until reduced in size.

Add the rest of the ingredients and cook with the lid on for 12 minutes. Add 1 cup of water and continue to cook until all is combined and cooked well. Around 20 minutes.

Enjoy this with Steam Rice with your family!

I can have this every. I love greens and in this recipe it’s a tasty combination of all the greens cooked together.

Notes:
You can add more spinach, as per your desired taste, and add more lemon to have a little bit sour taste to it as my mother in-law does.

Ensure you use the Swiss chard stems too, it only add to the flavour !

Check other Passover recipes here:

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