I made this for the first time after having the Swiss chard stems at Al Di La in Brooklyn—I tried to recreate something similar to what I had eaten. They use the Swiss chard leaves in their gnudi and make a side with the stems that I liked even better. I use both the stems and the leaves in my version, since I generally have not used the leaves for something else. —Meatballs&Milkshakes
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