I’m a true Southerner through and through. As much as I like fresh, steamed or roasted vegetables, I also love some of my vegetables braised for many hours. One of those is collard greens! I eat collards a handful of times a year and I ALWAYS eat them
Sauteed Collard Greens with Bacon - It's a good idea to include collard greens in your diet on a regular basis because of their ability to lower cholesterol and their cancer-preventive properties.then you add bacon.
Collard greens are normally associated with a long, slow cooking time, but this method requires only 10 minutes of steaming. Sauteing the leaves with garlic first balances the vegetable's bitterness. Pull or cut out the thick stems, and wash the leaves we
Sauteed Collard Greens with Garlic, Peppers and Onions
Collard greens sliced thin sauteed with bacon, garlic and oil. A perfect side dish for Brazilian black beans or black eyed peas with ham. My dad lived in Brazil for many years, and collard greens known as couve are a popular side dish there. I absolutely