Servings: 4 to 6
Mirin and sesame oil add sweet, toasty notes to this tangy soup, and the greens give it a wholesome, filling feel. Rainbow chard makes it look bright.
When buying Swiss chard, look for leaves that are thick and a dark, rich shade of green, without wilted edges. The stems should be bright and unbruised. Swiss chard can be refrigerated in a plastic bag for up to 5 days.
This has become a Family favorite- and THE favorite of my son. We love Thai flavors, and this recipe checks all the boxes- simple, healthy, flavorful.
I made this last week and we absolutely loved it! So easy and full of nutrition. I poached some organic chicken thighs while prepping the rest of the soup. Will make again and won't change a thing.
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