I never thought I'd eat collard greens, but when I do, I'll always make them this way from now on! Delicious! I added a bit more brown sugar to suit my taste, but that was it.
Bacon and Brown Sugar-Braised Collard Greens
Tiburon969 Posted: 06/27/09
ShayHable Posted: 09/27/09
This is my favorite go-to recipe for collards. I have played with them a lot, because they have a really long season here in GA, but the southern-type recipe is really the best. I like this one because it's light and unslimey.
LorAsh Posted: 09/15/11
This is our favorite collard greens recipe. My husband had no idea how much he loved collard greens until he ate these. I turn to this recipe often! One tip my mom gave me, tear the greens into small 1.5" to 2" pieces and remove all tough stems.
KeriAM Posted: 06/26/12
subsitituted garlic scapes for garlic and scalions for onions and it it worked great!
mandofan Posted: 04/14/14
Great! Maybe closer to 5 servings. Also, better to simmer for 1.5 hours.