Swiss chard salad with gooseberries
Swiss chard salad with gooseberries, fresh soft goat cheese and blackcurrant jam. The Swiss chard and gooseberries are harvested from our own garden. There is no dressing on this salad, just the homemade blackcurrant jam.
Grow your own fruit and vegetables
Do you also want to enjoy fruit and vegetables from your own garden? You can easily grow Swiss chard yourself in a pot or vegetable garden. A gooseberry bush does well in a spot in partial shade. Or look in your area to see if you can buy directly from the farmer or maybe there is a picking garden where you can purchase a vegetable subscription. The number of organic farmers with their own sales channel is growing steadily in the Netherlands.
To start a garden is to believe in tomorrow
Swiss chard salad with gooseberries, fresh soft goat cheese and blackcurrant jam.
- 2 hands full Swiss chard
- 1 hand full Gooseberries
- 40 gram fresh soft goat cheese
- 1 tablespoon blackcurrant jam
- 1 tablespoon pumpkin seed
- pepper and salt
- Wash the chard well and let it drain.
- Wash the gooseberries well.
- Halve the gooseberries.
- Place the chard in a salad bowl.
- Spread the gooseberries over the chard.
- Crumble the goat cheese and spread it over the salad.
- Divide the pumpkin seeds over the salad.
- Place the blackcurrant jam in the middle of the salad.
- Season the salad with salt and pepper.
photography: Bart McLeod