Collards are a type of cabbage that do not form heads – similar to kale. Rich in Vitamin K and fiber.
STORAGE TIPS: Wrap in a slightly damp paper towel or flour sack towel and store in an unsealed plastic bag in the fridge.
COLLARD GREENS, CORNMEAL AND SAUSAGE SOUP
The cornmeal serves as a thickener in this hearty and creamy soup. Love that there is a short ingredient list too!
COLLARD WRAPS & SATAY STYLE DIPPING SAUCE
These fruit & veggie stuffed wraps were even a hit with my kids! Great to have on hand for quick lunches.
GREEK MIXED GREENS PIE WITH PHYLLO CRUST
This recipe calls for 30 oz of cooked spinach, kale or collards, but you can use any green (including mustards, swiss chard, turnip and radish greens and even arugula!). This is a luxurious way to use up a lot of greens!
SMOKY SLOW COOKER BLACK BEANS WITH LEMON-CURRY COLLARD GREENS
The Lemon-Curry Collard Greens are also great on their own as a side dish!
SOUTHERN STYLE COLLARD GREENS
Old school, down home style collards with ham and a healthy splash of cider vinegar.