Top Rated Collard Green Recipes

Skip the green beans this year at Thanksgiving and make these delicious braised collard greens instead, created by chef Isaac Stewart from Atlanta's CinéBistro. 
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The trick to tough, leafy greens like collards is that there's no trick at all. Imparting flavor and breaking down their tough structure is as easy as bacon, onions, and chicken stock, and Justin Simoneaux of San Francisco's Boxing Room shows us how in this recipe. It's perfect for any weeknight meal or special occasions and holidays like Thanksgiving. 
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Quick and Crunchy Collard Greens
Collards are typically stewed or braised. Here, they’re cut into strips and quickly sautéed — remaining very crunchy, full of flavor and texture.
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Collard Greens
Lime juice, green grapes, spinach, collard greens, and mango come together in this recipe to make a zesty, refreshing treat. Make this smoothie right before a workout and your energy levels will be through the roof.This recipe is courtesy of Real Simple.
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Trust us, you'll want to serve these tender, spicy braised greens with cornbread on the side so that you can crumble it into the bowl to soak up the "pot likker".
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Trust us, you'll want to serve these tender, spicy braised greens with cornbread on the side so that you can crumble it into the bowl to soak up the "pot likker".
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When you’re planning your next barbecue, buy a few bottles of drunken salsa. It's delicious with a bag of tortilla chips, or incorporate the salsa it into your dishes. La Fundidora’s new gourmet drunk salsas are infused with wine: Ravenswood Salsa Borracha and Salsa Macha are updated versions of traditional recipes; contemporary riffs on salsas made with alcohol. Lorena, a long-time resident of California, met Joel Peterson, the founding winemaker iconic Sonoma winery Ravenswood, fell in love with his County Series wines, and developed the salsas as La Fundidora’s first new offerings since it got off the ground three years ago. 
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Ginger Detox
If you combine Meyer lemons with ginger, it will rev up your metabolism and cleanse your body of harmful toxins and pollutants. Lemons are great for smoothies, but paired with ginger, they're undeniably delicious.
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Collard Greens
Slow-cookers aren’t just for soups and stews: Make this side dish of hearty collard greens to accompany your next Southern-inspired dinner party.This recipe is courtesy of All Recipes.For this dish and more, check out our roundup of every recipe you'll need to get you through the holidays.
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Table & Main in Roswell, G.A. shares their recipe for collard greens. With bacon, onions, and sprinkled with red pepper flakes, this is a savory dish that would be a great side to any entree.  Click here to see 24 Southern Dishes That You Need to Know How to Make
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Collard Greens in a Spicy Tomato Sauce
Normally, collard greens require long cooking times to soften. Make them in a pressure cooker and they’ll be ready in about 10 minutes. You can serve the greens as a side dish for hearty mains like pork chops, or toss this dish with pasta for a vegetarian meal. Recipe courtesy of The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book.
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Chef Ted Lahey is known for his modern Southern touch that he adds to any dish he's creating at his restaurant Table Main in Roswell, Ga., and his Thanksgiving dishes are no exception. These braised collard greens make a delicious substitute for your usual green beans and are just as easy to prepare. 
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