I'm not a huge fan of collard greens as I never had them until I was an adult, but I'm trying to come around. Hubby said he liked this recipe. The seasoning was very good, he felt as though it could've cooked longer. Thanks for sharing.
Having trouble with the star rating. Should be a Texas TEN rating! I want to thank you for this recipe. I never cooked collard greens before and now want them every day! cooking it now...second time around! Hey excellent health benefits too look it up all. Thanks again...Native Texan South East.
This collard green recipe was PERFECT according to my taste and style. I wish I could have given it more than 5 stars. Everything needed to prepare them I always have on hand. These simple ingredients make for some lip-smackin' greens. Thank You so much TXOLDHAM for sharing. Thanks to your recipe...now during the holidays and any other special occasion I must always bring "THE GREENS" in addition to my cakes and pies. More than 5 STARS...Hands down! Thanks again :)
These were SOOO good! The only difference is that I used 10 cups chicken stock, 2 smoked turkey legs and I chopped up onion to brown with the garlic. I also added some hot sauce and put a bay leaf in it as well. I don't drain the liquid, I like to drink it. The "pot liquer" is GREAT to sip out of a mug on a cold day and is so healthy full of vitamins.
These were definately a winner in my house. The smoked turkey leg adds a delicious smoke flavor without lots of added fat and calories. DH and I both enjoyed these greens along with your Dilled Carrots, cornbread, onions and sliced tomatoes fresh from the garden.