The combination is oh so delightful! I love how the chickpeas soaked up the flavors and juices from the chard, carrots and of course, the garlic. Also, lets not forget how easy it is to make this dish and it will be ready in minutes! —themessimake.com
carrots - chopped
bunch of Swiss chard
1 1/2 cups
cloves of garlic - minced
salt, add more or less per your taste
Cut off the stems from the chard leaves and chop the leaves into medium size pieces.
Heat extra virgin olive oil in a small non-stick pan on medium-low heat.
Add the chopped chard, chickpeas, salt, crushed red pepper and mix well. Cook for about 5 minutes. Taste the chard to test for doneness. You want it to be a bit crunchy, wilted chard won’t be so appetizing if you’re eating it solo.