You can think of this simple and tasty chard and yam soup as a “starter soup” – even someone who has never cooked could make this without any trouble. The amounts are pretty flexible, the technique basic, and the result delicious. Like many soups, this one really adapts to your taste with its garnishes. Try it with a spoonful of smoky salsa, or some crumbled queso fresco, or a plain white goat cheese. A drizzle of fruity olive oil on each serving is great, as are home-made croutons.
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