These small lettuce leaves are bright green and have a red vein. Red Chard is also known as Swiss Chard, but in an early stage. The taste is soft, without bitter notes.
Availability Red Chard baby leaves
Red Chard baby leaves descend from Swiss chard. Swiss Chard is an ancient lettuce variety which was already eaten by the Greeks and Romans. Bud Holland baby leaves are grown in the Piana del Sele, an area which is suitable for agriculture and located between the Amalfi and Cilento coasts.
How to store
Keep baby leaves in the vegetable drawer of the fridge, where it can be kept for 1-2 days
How to eat Red Chard baby leaves are delicious in a salad or stew.