Crock Pot Collard Greens

Collar Greens in the Crock Pot © Delores Randall Crock Pot Collard Greens

Collar Greens in the Crock Pot © Delores Randall

 

Back in the day folks would boil their collar greens until the life was cooked out of them. Nah…don’t do that. Try crock pot collar greens, flavor with seasoning, turkey wings, onions and whatever your palate desires.

 

 

Crock Pot Collars © Delores Randall Crock Pot Collard Greens

Crock Pot Collars © Delores Randall

 

What I’ve learn is the collar greens do not lose the delightfully delicious flavor nor the green life when cooking in an crock pot. This is the half way point. I set the temperature to low for 4 hours and let the greens simmer. Notice the greens are still leafy, green and the stems are still delightfully strong looking..

 

cooking collars © Delores Randall 397x530 Crock Pot Collard Greens

cooking collars © Delores Randall

 

The collar greens are finished crock pot cooking. What is interesting is the texture, the greens maintained their lefty and meaty texture unlike boiling all of the life of the green. The onion did not get soggy and the juice in the crock was the juice I added to the crock pot. Delicious.

 

Bag those collars © Delores Randall Crock Pot Collard Greens

Bag those collars © Delores Randall

 

What do you do with all the crock pot collar greens once you prepared them? Bag them up in storage bag and place in the freezer. Pull them out as you need them, reheat in the bag in the microwave in an bowl inside of the storage bag or boil on the stove top.

 

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