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Remove all the stems and wash your greens well. Place the ... to over season collard greens. If your ... to taste and boil until tender on a medium heat.
Put ham hocks ... bring to a boil. Reduce heat ... apart, separate the collard green leaves and rinse ... heat until the greens are tender. Serve ... are making a boiled ham or smoked ... the ham is removed.
Wash greens thoroughly; remove stems ... and chop fine. Boil in water about ... and oyster water. Season to taste. Serve over white rice. Serves 6 to 8.
Add bacon to ... blemished spots on greens. Cut leaves ... enough water to cover greens. Cover; simmer 1 1/2 hours. Serve with cooking liquid (pot liquor).
Wash fresh pigtails ... pigtails to a boil and lower heat ... to prepare your greens. I handpick ... I add my collards and two more ... to eat! . LISA CROCKETT
Combine bones, water ... Bring to a boil, reduce heat, ... 1 cup. Add greens and cook 1 ... Makes 4 servings. Each serving equals approximately 70 calories.
Wash greens thoroughly. Remove stems ... people like to serve a little on the greens or in a small cup to be eaten along with the corn bread. Serves 6 to 8.
Be careful and ... Inspect and wash greens well. Snip off ... ham, and let boil for an hour. Add collards to boiling water. ... serving. Serve with corn bread.
Soak beans overnight. ... salt. Bring to boil, remove foam ... Add potatoes and collard greens. Saute onion, ... simmer until potatoes and greens are done.
Remove leaves from stems of collard greens and discard stems. ... ham hocks and boil with chopped onion ... Serve with your favorite meat dish or cornbread.
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