By Stephanie r. from Pacific Elementary School, Davenport, CA.
Collard Greens is a southern traditional dish that has been served to celebrate Kwanzaa. Our Comfy Collard Greens recipe is festively brightened with fresh red peppers and sweetened with chopped, sautéed onions.
This dish is easy to make, fulfilling, has a unique taste and is very healthy. We serve our Comfy Collard Greens as a side dish with Chicken, Cheese Grits, and Sweet Potato Pie.
Serving size: 1/2 cup
|From Saturated Fat||0%|
|Ingredient||6 servings||50 servings|
|Organic Collard Greens||4 cups||3 gallons/5 Lbs|
|Red Bells Pepper||3/4 cup||6 cups/1.5 Lbs|
|2 Large Onions||1/2 Cup||6 Cups/3 Lbs|
|Olive Oil||2 tsp||1/4 Cup|
|Kosher Salt||1 tsp||2 TBS|
|H20||1/2 cup||6 Cups|
Wash all produce before beginning.
Trim stems and discard unwanted stems.
•Cut collard greens into 1" strips
•Cut peppers into pieces about 1/4" sized pieces
•Slice onions into thin slices, ready to sautee
•Place sliced onions into stock pot on medium-high heat. Add salt and oil and cook until onions are translucent
•Add red bell peppers and collard greens to stock pot
•Add water a bit at a time until all greens and all after is added
•Cook until tender (about 20 minutes)