Brazilian Collard Greens De-stem one bunch of collards, stack leaves, roll like a cigar, then slice into thin ribbons. Water sauté 3 cloves of minced garlic then add collard ribbons to wilt over heat until tender.
Steamed Greens Normally, collards need to be cooked a long ass time before they taste good. But, by then, they take on a really unappetizing khaki color. You can’t just sauté them in some fat because they normally.
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