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Snap off the stem of each collard. Wash collars thoroughly. Roll several green collars together then ... Put your collard greens into the pot. Let them cook down some and ... it with the cooking oil!
Heat oven to ... cup cheese. Add greens, mushrooms, bell ... until knife inserted in center comes clean. Let stand approximately 10 minutes before cutting.
1. Wash collard leaves well under ... medium; cover and cook 20 to 30 minutes until greens are tender. (Cooking time will vary ... 3/4 pounds trimmed leaves.
Wash collards and cut off ... broth and collards. Cook over medium-low heat ... and vinegar. Continue cooking until collards are ... all types of greens: kale, collards, ... and flavor the greens.
Heat oven to ... cup cheese. Add greens, mushrooms and ... clean. Let stand about 10 minutes before slicing to allow filling to completely set. Serves 8.
Brown onion and ... Add chicken and greens. Cook 15 to 20 ... pepper to taste. Serve over cooked rice. Serves 4 or 5 people. (Dish from Liberia, West Africa.)
Boil ham hocks ... until tender. Add greens and 2 1/2 cups of water. Let cook for 30 minutes. ... adding water as needed until tender. Let simmer. Serves 6-8.
Wash fresh pigtails ... allow pigtails to cook till tender enough ... the meat is cooking. This allows ... to prepare your greens. I handpick ... I add my collards and two more ... to eat! . LISA CROCKETT
Use one or two bunches of collard greens depending on family size. NOTE: Collards will cook down. Boil smoked ... is to avoid cooking canker worms. Break ... (Great with hot sauce)
Cut bottom stalk from greens. Chop greens ... add more. Add collards by hand full; ... speeds up the cooking process. Reduce heat to a simmer; allow to cook til tender. Enjoy! ... forget the cornbread... . Gigi
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