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To be honest the only thing I measured when I made this was the extra virgin olive oil so don't be strict with measurements. It was yummy.
Note: I checked on the internet and the nutritional information for chard appears to be after cooking so that is how I've recorded it here. Once cooked I ended up with around a cup of chard.
One of my all time favorite recipes although I had no idea it was so high in fat. A surprise to me with just 1T olive oil and lean ground turkey adding the fat for the 4 servings. Also the sodium is higher than I thought though you could leave the added salt out or get low sodium canned tomatoes if sodium is a concern. For me, with the higher fat and higher carbs this will be something I eat after I've lost the weight.