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Top Rated Turnip Green Recipes

The Accidental Locavore loves turnip greens! Who knew? They were in my first farm box of the season and they were delicious. How did they get so good? Well, fresh from the farm is always good and for once, no bacon was used in the making of this dish. Not to worry, pork products still made an appearance in the form of andouille from Uphill Farm near us upstate (also at the Union Square Greenmarket). To prep the greens, stem them like spinach and soak in cold water to get rid of the sand, rinse and let dry. This is an easy dish and will serve 2 as a main course. Feel free to substitute any sausage you like, Italian would work fine.
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The Accidental Locavore loves turnip greens! Who knew? They were in my first farm box of the season and they were delicious. How did they get so good? Well, fresh from the farm is always good and for once, no bacon was used in the making of this dish. Not to worry, pork products still made an appearance in the form of andouille from Uphill Farm near us upstate (also at the Union Square Greenmarket). To prep the greens, stem them like spinach and soak in cold water to get rid of the sand, rinse and let dry. This is an easy dish and will serve 2 as a main course. Feel free to substitute any sausage you like, Italian would work fine.
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Spring Vegetable and Egg 'Cassoulet'
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A celebration of spring’s bounty, this dish is a take on the classic winter cassoulet and is even better when made with vegetables straight from the garden or farmers market. The carrot and shallot mustard binds the dish and lifts the fresh, garden notes.Recipe provided courtesy of Maille.
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Sema Wilkes
How do you spot a Yankee at Mrs. Wilkes'? He motions toward the turnip greens and says, "Please pass the spinach."
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Cooking Light AUGUST 2001
To preserve their texture, we cooked these greens less than most Southerners do.
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Mrs. Hughes
Farm Bureau recipe.
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In the South, pot likker, the liquid that greens are cooked in, is often served on its own to be sipped like soup. Here, however, it is spooned right into the bowl with the greens.
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KittyKitty
My husband loves turnip greens, so I make this for him alot.
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K in LA
This is a quick and easy soup that is great on a chilly night. I use mixed greens in place of all turnip greens. Enjoy!
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Taste of Home
Find recipes for Country Turnip Greens and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: In a Dutch oven, cook salt pork until lightly browned. Drain, reserving 2 tablespoons of drippings.
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mary winecoff
This quick and easy recipe is hot! You may also substitute collard greens for the turnip greens. The okra, once cut, will thicken the sauce as it cooks. Posted for ZWT 4.
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mary winecoff
This quick and easy recipe is hot! You may also substitute collard greens for the turnip greens. The okra, once cut, will thicken the sauce as it cooks. Posted for ZWT 4.
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