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Pot Of Collard Greens

Pot Of Collard Greens. Place collard greens into a large pot and cover with salted water; After greens are clean, stack several leaves on top of each other.

Southern Collard Greens with Smoked Turkey Legs Collard
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The key to a pot of guuuud, yes guuuuud, vegetarian southern collard greens, or any kind of collard greens for that matter, is to create a savory broth to slowly simmer the collards in. Place collard greens into a large pot and cover with salted water; Start adding in the collard greens into the pot.

In A Large Pot Or Dutch Oven, Bring 2 Quarts Water And 1 ½ Teaspoons Salt To A Boil.


Start adding in the collard greens into the pot. Many southerners prize this flavorful watery liquid, and reserve it to dunk their cornbread in. That's the pot likker, the liquid that remains after you cook your seasoned greens!

When Your Ham Hocks Are Done, Add The Greens, Garlic And Season Salt To The Same Pot.


This recipe starts with a broth made with rich vegetable broth for maximum flavor, fresh garlic and onions, smoked applewood salt for that smokey, bacon taste. The key to a pot of guuuud, yes guuuuud, vegetarian southern collard greens, or any kind of collard greens for that matter, is to create a savory broth to slowly simmer the collards in. Add collard greens and cook until tender, about 10 minutes.

Be Sure To Peak In And Stir Periodically.


Boil on low heat for 1. Drain collards in a mesh strainer and rinse until cool enough to handle. For all ya'll who have referred to the soupy nature of the cooked greens.

It Is Messy But Common Thing To Do After Making Collard Or Turnip Greens.


Using a cutting board and knife, roll the leaves together and cut leaves into 1 inch thick strips. Add collards to a clean, dry kitchen towel and twist to squeeze excess water from the greens. Cover the pot, and let simmer for 1 hour and 10 minutes over medium heat.

Place Collard Greens Into A Large Pot And Cover With Salted Water;


Once all of the greens are in the pot, sprinkle in the seasoning salt and ground black pepper. Add in the sliced jalapeno, and the vinegar and stir the ingredients. After greens are clean, stack several leaves on top of each other.

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