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Gluten free • Serves 8-10

Meat

3 Ham hocks, large smoked

Produce

5 bundles Collard greens

Baking & Spices

1 tsp Red pepper flakes
1 Salt
1 cup Sugar

Liquids

4 cups Water, salted
  • Food Network

    Gina's Best Collard Greens #CollardGreens #TheNeelys

  • Karie LaCroix

    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.

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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.

  • Shani Hadiya

    A cup of salt? I know Paula doesnt care but got damn! LMAO

  • Celeste Copeland

    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.

  • Celeste Copeland

    (In other words, make sure you follow the link and don't just use the ingredients listed above.)

  • Shani Hadiya

    Ohhhhh ok! Thanks! Makes much more sense now!

  • Karen King

    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.

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