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What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?

 
natasha77
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What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Any good ideas?
I don't want to throw it away.
Thanks
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Throw in some bacon and you got your greens for all day. It has to be cold up there, waiting for the Sun to warm us up down here.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Fry sausage, and season the collards with the grease or some of it, then throw a few pieces of sausage in the pot.

Is this what you were asking?
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
It's Christmas time in Hollis Queens
Natashas cooking chicken and collard greens.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Slice it, salt, wait 10 min, cook with garlic, blender, mustard, sourcream.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Throw in some bacon and you got your greens for all day. It has to be cold up there, waiting for the Sun to warm us up down here.
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Hmmmmm....sounds tasty. I like.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
It's Christmas time in Hollis Queens
Natashas cooking chicken and collard greens.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Defrost the Greens and add a can of Rotel Tomatos & Chile's; diced onion, a couple of dashes of Tabasco and garlic. Cover with enough water to simmer for 1-2 hours.

Make some cornbread and enjoy a spicy Collard Green soup.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Thaw , steam them until they cook down to a more tender state. Saute some garlic, onions . Here is where I cut them up right in the pot with kitchen scissors or knives. Drain the greens and mix all together in a pot with a few splashes of olive oil.
Salt and add a smidgen of cayenne if you like a little spice.
Top with some parmesian cheese and enjoy a most nutritious dish.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Ham, onions, and cornbread. Sheesh
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
I just realized these were probably chopped.
But, if they were whole leaves, blanch them.
Cut the upper half of the leaves horizontally
into several "wraps". Let cool.

Brown ground beef and ground turkey or sausage.
Brown onion and garlic in the drippings.
Use Cavenders Greek spice. Add leftover rice.

Spoon onto the collard leaves and roll and wrap.
Place end side down on a cookie sheet.

Sprinkle with more Cavender's. Let almost brown
in a 350 oven.

More or less you are using the collard's as a poor
man's grape leaf. They work very well.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Yes....ditto the recipe directly above. Serve alongside pan-seared fish or pork. Ample salt to cut down sometimes bitter taste. Enjoy! cheer
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
It all sounds yummy to the tummy.
I will cook them today
And let you know
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
can of red beans, onions,ham, in cubes or sausages, roasted squares of garlic bread . olive oil ,salt pepper, garlic .enjoy
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Boil some fresh turnips with them and top with butter and salt. Yummm
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Any good ideas?
I don't want to throw it away.
Thanks
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
How about collard green soup?

Ingredients:

your greens (I use kale)
white beans
garlic and onion
rotel
ham chunks

Never in a million years did this appeal to me.
So glad I tried and LOVE it! Hope you do too.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
I have cooked collard for years and by far the best is LINK SAUSAGE!
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
boil some kidneys, gizzards, hearts from your local meat dept. use salt garlic peeper onion bring to boil and tenderness and then add to greens and use as a stir fry wonderful protein treat
Any good ideas?
I don't want to throw it away.
Thanks
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Defrost them.

Get a bottle of Vodka.

Grab handfuls of greens shove them in your mouth, gag them down, finish with a shot of Vodka.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Any good ideas?
I don't want to throw it away.
Thanks
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Buy ham hocks and cook with the greens. Excellent.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Defrost them.

Get a bottle of Vodka.

Grab handfuls of greens shove them in your mouth, gag them down, finish with a shot of Vodka.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Collard greens and black eyed peas essential for southern New Year's Day meal

Collard greens and black eyed peas are two ingredients of the quintessential southern New Year's Day meal.

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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
2 pounds smoked ham hocks

1 cup chopped onion

1 tablespoon finely chopped garlic

Louisiana hot sauce or ground cayenne pepper to taste

2 teaspoons salt

2 cups dry white wine

2 pounds collard greens, rinsed and chopped

2 tablespoons soy sauce

Put the ham hocks, onions, garlic and hot sauce in an 8-quart pot with enough water to cover the ham hocks. Cover and cook over medium-high heat until the water comes to a boil. After it begins to boil, remove the lid and let boil for 5 more minutes. Stir in the salt, wine and collards, then add the soy sauce and stir again; cover, turn the heat to low, and cook for 1½ to 2 hours, stirring occasionally. If necessary, add more water so the greens don't stick to the the pan.

- Justin Wilson's "Homegrown Louisiana Cookin'"

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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Dude, Black eye peas! Take that can of bacon grease that everyone has in the fridge, throw a tablespoon of that in the peas. Cut up a ham slice, put that puppy in there as well. Also bake some corn bread and put some honey in the mix and also drizzle some on top before baking.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Smoked or country ham, Natasha! That's what you use. Just cook them until they're done, make sure your collard greens are washed really well, too. No sand or grit! Then if they are chopped up, add them to the pot liquor a few handfuls at a time, let ti cook down add more until they are all in the pot, bring to a boil, then turn down the heat to medium high. Taste your broth, add you seasonings to taste, cook all your other dishes while they are cooking. Whole leaves take the longest to cook. Chopped leaves take half the time. Taste them for doneness they will be extremely tender.

If you add onion or garlic, that' sup to you. Some do, some don't. It's all according to your taste. Good luck!

I just finished frying up my chicken and now onto the green beans and sauteed squash, zucchini and peppers and onion mix. MMMMM!
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Cornbread. Mmmmmmmm. Have to have cornbread to soak up the juice from the collards. Collards and cornbread. Meal fit for a king. eatndrinks
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Duh! Collared greens.

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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Not much.
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
Smoked or country ham, Natasha! That's what you use. Just cook them until they're done, make sure your collard greens are washed really well, too. No sand or grit! Then if they are chopped up, add them to the pot liquor a few handfuls at a time, let ti cook down add more until they are all in the pot, bring to a boil, then turn down the heat to medium high. Taste your broth, add you seasonings to taste, cook all your other dishes while they are cooking. Whole leaves take the longest to cook. Chopped leaves take half the time. Taste them for doneness they will be extremely tender.

If you add onion or garlic, that' sup to you. Some do, some don't. It's all according to your taste. Good luck!

I just finished frying up my chicken and now onto the green beans and sauteed squash, zucchini and peppers and onion mix. MMMMM!
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I'm postponing the meal for tomorrow so I have even more ideas thanks to you guys.
I'm trying to cook differently, cheaper and tastier.
Sounds awesome!!!!!

THANK YOU ALL!!!!!twirlblwkss
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Re: What can i cook with a frozen bag of collard greens?
soup, chicken soup
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