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Gina's Best Collard Greens #CollardGreens #TheNeelys
Gina's Best Collard Greens Recipe : Patrick and Gina Neely : Food Network - FoodNetwork.com I made this and used 1/2 cup sugar instead of 1 cup, and cooked for about 3 1/2 hours until most of the liquid was removed from the pot and Collards tender. I also used smoked turkey neck bones instead of ham hocks. I also added garlic powder, and chopped onions ( I have to add onions to everything) Very tasty love the red pepper flakes.
Collard Greens, I'll be skipping the meat, using chicken stock and adding a citrus (lemon/lime) to brighten
Collard Greens from Paula Deen. I made this tonight but modified the recipe a little, using Louisiana Cajun Spice instead of the "house seasoning". Really tasty.
A cup of salt? I know Paula doesnt care but got damn! LMAO
Yeah, that's for her recipe for "house seasoning" (which is one reason I avoided making that and used regular cajun spices instead.) But you only use 1tablespoon of that seasoning after you've mixed it.
(In other words, make sure you follow the link and don't just use the ingredients listed above.)
Ohhhhh ok! Thanks! Makes much more sense now!
The "house seasoning" is a 4:1:1 ratio so for this recipe you can ... use 2 teaspoons salt, 1/2 teaspoon pepper, 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder which a TBSP.
Paula Deen's Stewed Collard Greens. I like to cook mine with chicken stock and for 2+ hours.
Collard Greens at PaulaDeen.com
Mama's handwritten recipe for Collard Greens :)
I add a couple teaspoons of sugar to mine and they are great.
Indian lentils with collard greens
Spicy Collard Greens-my husband just planted some collards. I think I'll try this!
South Carolina Collard Greens
Collard Greens with Bacon | Self Proclaimed Foodie
Healthy Collard Greens- a great take on the traditional Southern-style recipe. Everyone should add more dark, leafy greens to their diets! #skinnyms, #collardgreens
Sopa de Fubá (Collard Greens, Cornmeal, and Sausage Soup) | Brazilian food blogger Neide Rigo gave us the recipe for this hearty soup from the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil. | From: saveur.com