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This was a good stick-to-the-ribs recipe. It was a little bland for my taste so I added romano cheese and served it with garlic bread.
This was very good. I love chard and it's so good for you. I have to admit, I used canned beans and used chicken stock for the liquid. Served with biscuits. Thanks! Made and reviewed for Fall 2007 PAC.
This was a very tasty soup. I couldn't find the swiss chard, and had spinach that needed to be used up, so I substituted it. I also used canned beans, added additional vegetable broth (homemade) instead of the reserved bean liquid, and used only white onions. I cut the recipe in half, and followed the instructions completely except for adding the parsley before I started simmering since I was used fresh parsley that had been frozen into an ice cube (I didn't both to melt it first). I served it with some dumplings, and am looking forward to another bowl tomorrow!
Great soup, I made this using spinach in place of the chard, used chicken broth and added in fresh garlic, thanks for sharing hon!...Kitten:0
The DH liked it and the kids ate it without complaining. That's a plus! I had to puree everything, or the kids would have picked it all out. Therefore, it was more soup like than stew. I'm not sure if I changed the taste, as I had to use 1/2 chicken broth and 1/2 beef broth. It smelled almost like garlic bread while it was simmering. I only used 1/2 tsp of pepper, but in hindsight, could have used more. Just worried about the kids' reactions. Nice soup for a winter day.