This is divinely and insanely delicious! I have never eaten collard greens. Most recipes show pictures of collard greens as overcooked and pale green....most unappetizing. When I saw this demonstrated on tv, I was anxious to try it.
I have always used a garlic mincer to mince garlic. Instead I did a medium chop. You definitely want chunks! I thought 3 tbsps of garlic would be too much (about 8 cloves) but it is perfect! I also added onion powder, black pepper and dill. You'll love it!
Can't wait to try this method! You could really add any seasonings you want, to go with any kind of meal--Italian, French, Southern, even Asian. And you can use any kind of green. My main reason for not cooking greens more often is that the presentation always leaves so much to be desired. This dish looked FABULOUS! Kudos to Quinn for introing us to so many new cuisines. Lovin' it!
Rating: 5 stars
When I saw this cooked on the show I couldn't get to the grocery store quick enough. I'd never liked traditional southern collard greens because they looked dead, and mushy, and not very appetizing, but these were neon green and vibrant and just begging to be eaten. I also like adding a little bit of lemon.
Try these! They're amazing.