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Basic Greens with Garlic, Oil & Hot Pepper

Winter 2003, EatingWell Serves Two, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Greens--beet greens, collards, kale, mustard greens, spinach, Swiss chard--make a delicious side dish for many winter meals.



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"I cook my greens this way, but I do not pre-cook them. I like the taste of the slightly browned greens. "
Basic Greens with Garlic, Oil & Hot Pepper Recipe

3 Reviews for Basic Greens with Garlic, Oil & Hot Pepper

03/23/2012
Anonymous

There's absolutely no need to boil the greens first. I remove the thicker, hard stems from the collards, especially, then stir-fry with garlic and pepper flakes just long enough to wilt all the greens. More flavorful, and more nutritious, too!

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11/06/2011
Anonymous
Interesting

Greens were bitter but that might not be the recipe's fault. I added maple infused balsamic vinegar and that helped. I think I'll try doing this with spinach which doesn't have the bitter taste.

Healthy, no animal fat is used to flavor
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10/21/2009
Anonymous

I cook my greens this way, but I do not pre-cook them. I like the taste of the slightly browned greens.

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