You don’t have to be from southern climes to enjoy collard greens! While the traditional (and delectable) way to serve them in the southern U.S. is with black-eyed peas and cornbread, they can be used in place of other leafy greens in recipes, too. Rich in nutrients and easy to prepare, collard greens are tempting additions to soups, served as a side with meats and poultry (like smoked turkey), and added to cooked bean or grain pilafs or salads. You can even substitute these broad mildly-flavored leaves for seaweed in homemade sushi.
What to Make: Spicy Collard Greens
You can find this recipe located in our produce department, in the December 14 Co+op Deals flyer and Stronger Together website.
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