Servings: 6 to 8
Fried or poached eggs also go nicely with this dish; it’s a great side for a spring brunch.
This is lovely! We never finish a full baguette so I had slices on hand in the freezer. Heads up that I found that the chard cooked much more quickly in the frying pan than the recipe said.
This is rich, but delicious! Even the kids liked it.
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