Quick and Easy Collards for People Who Don't Like Collards

I was never raised to eat collards. I just tried them for the first time a year or so ago and didn't like them. But funny things happen when people give you collards for free. And, I must say, when cooked well, they are pretty good.

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directions

  • Remove center stems from washed collard leaves.
  • Stack leaf halves, aligning the stem sides and roll up, from one tip to the other.
  • Cut roll into slices as thin as possible.
  • Heat margarine in frying pan.
  • Add a handful of collards and cook, stirring, until wilted. Add another handful and repeat until all collards are wilted.
  • Add chicken bouillon granules and water.
  • Continue cooking until collards are tender and no longer bitter. (The longer you cook them, the less bitter they will be.).
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"I was never raised to eat collards. I just tried them for the first time a year or so ago and didn't like them. But funny things happen when people give you collards for free. And, I must say, when cooked well, they are pretty good."
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  1. Ransomed by Fire
    I was never raised to eat collards. I just tried them for the first time a year or so ago and didn't like them. But funny things happen when people give you collards for free. And, I must say, when cooked well, they are pretty good.
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