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Collard Green & Black-Eyed Pea Soup

January/February 2008

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (104 votes)

Antioxidant-rich collard greens and fiber-packed black-eyed peas have a starring role in this nutritious soup. There's no need for loads of ham or salt pork—just a small amount of bacon gives it a wonderful smoky flavor. You can skip the bacon and substitute vegetable broth for chicken broth for a great vegetarian dish.



READER'S COMMENT:
"We loved this soup but I would highly recommend taking Beano before eating it. The leafy greens and legumes can do a number on your digestive system! "
Collard Green & Black-Eyed Pea Soup

24 Reviews for Collard Green & Black-Eyed Pea Soup

01/01/2015
Anonymous
Worst recipe ever

This is no much more they collards soup. There no taste to anything else in the pot. Total waste of a ham bone

Simple enough to make, impossible to eat
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Anonymous wrote 21 weeks 6 days ago

the recipe doesn't even call

the recipe doesn't even call for "ham bone." Follow the recipe before leaving a comment about how bad it is.Thanks

02/10/2014

I used swiss chard instead of collards and added the chopped-up stems to the pot with the onions, celery and carrot. Delicious and beautiful colours. This will be our New Year's dish next year.

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02/10/2014

I used swiss chard instead of collards and added the chopped-up stems to the pot with the onions, celery and carrot. Delicious and beautiful colours. This will be our New Year's dish next year.

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07/06/2013
Anonymous
Not good enough

Nobody in my family really liked it very much...ended up throwing away the leftovers...had to add more beans. Eh, wasn't horrible, but wasn't good either.

Easy to make,
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09/09/2011
Delicious combination of flavors

I get collard greens in an organic basket of fruits and veggies every week and I never know what to do with them. This is the best recipe I have found. Thank you!

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