Swiss Chard Chips

Swiss Chard chips recipe

You’ve been asking to share some ideas for CRUNCHY GARNISH for your main dish. Here’s one – sweet Swiss Chard chips. You can serve these crisps with any dish that lacks that extra crunch in texture. They also complement very nicely salty & sour dishes.

You can watch the full video of me making Swiss Chard chips here

Part 1 - Sweeten the Swiss Chard

  • Swiss Chard leaves (fresh)
  • 1L Water
  • 200g Sugar

Ingredients, you’ll need


  1. Bring water to boil and dissolve sugar in. Lower the heat to simmer.
  2. Blanch Swiss Chard leaves for 2 min.
  3. Pat dry with a paper towel.
  4. Dehydrate at 60C / 140F for 1 h.

Part 2 - Deep-fry the Swiss Chard chips

  • 1L Frying oil



  1. Deep-fry the dehydrated leaves in oil, heated to 220C / 430F.
  2. Let the excess oil drain off on a paper towel.
  3. Enjoy this amazing crispy garnish! *You can go ahead and use this method on any leafy greens. However, it works better on more juicy and larger greens. Also, works great with seaweed🤓✌

Check out this Salmon Tartare recipe for a culinary application of these Swiss Chard chips

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