Delicious! I used frozen greens since I have had trouble getting fresh greens clean in the past For ZWT7 Saucy Silverados.
I used broccoli greens (from the same family as collards). This is a ok recipe - a lot of the flavor is coming from the chicken stock, so use a good one. We found the serving size to be quite generous.
I used canned collard greens(couldn't get to the store) and it turned out delicious! Loved the little kick from the red pepper flakes. Thanks! Made for ZWT 2011-Africa.
This was very good. Thank you for posting... no bitterness and a new taste to a old veggie.
Very good; tasted rich and smooth, without any bitterness.
Made these yesterday with some jerk chicken. Used collards and they came out really good, not bitter and not covered in fat. Added a full tsp of red pepper flakes since we like our green a little spicy. I will definitely keep this and make it again.
We loved this dish. I especially loved the fact that it was not buried in fat (I know, it's a sin!). But we can have this as often as we want, and don't have to worry so much about calories. I did cook it quite a bit longer than called for. It went really, really well with Cajun Pork Cutlets! Thnx for posting, breezermom. Made for ZWT5 for RRR
Very easy and enjoyed the red pepper flakes. This could serve more than two people as a side dish, unless you are really into collard greens!
Oh man is this good! I used frozen turnip greens with turnips, and the drippings from some roasted chicken breasts instead of chicken broth, and added one minced garlic clove. I've always used red pepper flakes when cooking greens ~ love the kick! Made for Zaar Stars tag game ~ due August 17th.
this is a great basic recipe used turnip greens