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If you use fresh chopped greens, rinse twice ... medium high for 1 hour. Add hot sauce, vinegar, sugar and continue to cook until tender, 30 minutes or more.
Boil salt pork in water 15 minutes. Wash collards, put in ... hour in winter. Take greens out when tender. Drain and chop vegetable with vegetable chopper.
Wash fresh pigtails ... to prepare your greens. I handpick ... I add my collards and two more ... tenderness and now they are ready to eat! . LISA CROCKETT
Drain beans. Place ... fork and salt pork. Simmer for ... oranges, sliced onions, feijoada sauce and toasted manioc flour or farina as condiments. Serve 12.
Be careful and ... Inspect and wash greens well. Snip off ... an hour. Add collards to boiling water. ... hot sauce when serving. Serve with corn bread.
Place pork hocks in 6 ... off stems of collard greens. Wash leaves ... To serve, combine pork pieces with greens and top with potatoes. 10 to 12 servings.
Place pork hocks in 6 ... off stems of collard greens. Wash leaves ... serve, combine pork pieces with greens and top with potatoes. Makes 10 to 12 servings.
Rinse beans. Cover ... water, the salt pork and ham bone; ... Add potatoes and collards or mustard green. Simmer 20 ... meat to soup. Serve in soup bowls.
Put beans in ... and add to beans. Cook collard greens and mix in soup. Add saffron and another 10 minutes. Serve with vinegar and olive oil if desired.
Clean collard greens well. Cut fat from pork. Bring water ... Simmer all day. Add salt to taste and serve. Cabbage may be substituted for the collard greens.
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