La Trouchia (Swiss Chard Omelette)
Omelettes have been high on my list of quick, easy work-night meals for quite a while, and they're a great way to use up eggs and vegetables from my weekly share. After I got the most recent share and saw that it included another bunch of swiss chard, I started looking for an appropriate omelette recipe.
I discovered a delightful new (to me) recipe called La Trouchia <http://rosajackson.blogspot.com/2008/01/la-trouchia-swiss-chard-omelette.html>, a thick swiss chard omelette unique to Nice, France. It is prepared similarly to a spanish tortilla <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_omelette> (with the chard replacing the potatoes), and can be served hot or cold (which means I'm totally having the leftovers for breakfast!).
I essentially followed the recipe above, except that in addition to parsley, I added a little bit of fresh basil and dill. I also left
out the parmesan cheese, because I didn't happen to have any on hand. The omelette didn't hold together quite as well as it should have, so I wouldn't recommend skipping the cheese, but mine still turned out pretty tasty. Other versions of the recipe that I came across called for sauteed garlic and onion, and I'm sure could be varied depending on what other delicious green things I have on hand from the week's share. All in all, a pretty successful (and quick!) week-night dinner experiment.