Last night for our vegetarian meal I made a mushroom, Swiss chard and Gouda tart along with a green salad. I honestly wasn't expecting a great reaction from the kids, but seriously, when I pulled the tart out of the oven Porter exclaimed "wow, that is the greatest dinner EVER!" I can't even explain it. They both ended up picking the mushrooms off, which I understand (I wouldn't eat mushrooms myself as a child), but they ate big pieces (chard included). Woo-hoo. It was tasty, and Bryce totally missed out as he had to work late, as usual.
Anyway, for the tart I started with this Martha Stewart recipe, but tweaked it a lot. I had a lot less mushrooms and more greens. I cooked the onions and mushrooms together and seasoned with salt and pepper. Then I cooked the chard (stems removed and chopped) in a little chicken stock by itself and squeezed out a lot of the moisture. I used about 2 cups of grated Gouda, 1.5 of which I put on the puff pastry first. Then topped with the chard and mushrooms. Then sprinkled the rest of the cheese over the top and finished baking. It was really easy, and could be changed around with all sorts of different vegetables and cheeses. Yum.