Collard Green Goodness
The first time I tried this version of the recipe, I ate it for all three meals. LOVED it! If you have leftovers, toss in a can of tomatoes, a can of white beans, and whatever veggies you have in the fridge, and make yourself a tasty soup.
Go ahead and use real bacon if you are feeling naughty
apple cider vinegar
or coconut vinegar, I’m just super into the health benefits of coconut right now
red pepper flakes
chicken broth, low salt
Remove stems and center ribs from greens and discard.
Cut the greens into bite-sized strips.
Cook up your bacon; I like mine crispy. Chop it up and set it aside.
Chop up your onion and put it in the pan with the oil for about 2 minutes until soft.
Add all the rest of your ingredients except the bacon and let it cook for half an hour or until the liquid is pretty much gone.
Add your bacon and dish up.
This recipe is from Mom Around Town at http://www. momaroundtown. com/2011/03/04/gimme-that-green-goodness—collard-greens-that-is/.