Here’s The Gourds with I Ate the Haggis (thanks, TFD!)
1 cup french lentils prepared this way
1 cup roasted mushrooms (flavored with plenty of sage, thyme and rosemary)
1 cup rolled oats, toasted till fragrant and lightly brown
1 cup mixed nuts, roughly chopped
1/2 cup kidney beans
1 cup grated sharp cheddar
about 4 T butter, cut into pieces
1 T whisky (I used laphroaig, which has a lovely smokey flavor)
1 T lemon juice
1/2 t. smoked paprika
pinch each nutmeg and allspice
lots and lots and lots and lots of black pepper
6 or 7 very large chard leaves
Combine everything but the chard leaves in a large bowl and stir to mix well. Leave out about 1 T worth of butter pieces.
In a large pot of salted water, boil the chard leaves for a couple of minutes, until they’re wilted, but still bright. Drain them, and leave to cool for a moment. They don’t need to be completely dry.
Butter a medium-sized bowl or dish. Line the bowl with the chard leaves – starting in the center and moving around like the petals of a flower. Make sure the leaves overlap one another. Their tips should hang over the outside of the bowl.
Press the filling into the leave-lined bowl, and then fold the tips of the chard leaves over. Overlap them again, until you have a smooth, coherent surface of chard leaves. Dot the surface with the remaining tablespoonful of butter.
Bake at 400 for 15 to 20 minutes, till it’s hot through.