True Southern Collard Greens

Yields1 Serving
 1 lb thick cut bacon
 2 large white onions (diced)
 8 cloves garlic, smashed
 4 large bunches fresh collard greens
 2 tbsp sugar
 2 cups white vinegar (divided)
 2 tbsp red chili flakes
1

Removing the spine of the greens, cut lengthwise and wash thoroughly. Cut the bacon into large cubes, place in a pan over medium high heat and cook until fat is rendered. Remove the bacon when crispy then add the onions to the bacon fat and saute for three to five minutes.

2

Add the garlic and the greens, cover with water. Add the sugar and ½ the vinegar along with the chili.

3

Cook for two hours on medium heat.

4

After two hours, taste for seasoning then and add the crispy bacon.

Ingredients

 1 lb thick cut bacon
 2 large white onions (diced)
 8 cloves garlic, smashed
 4 large bunches fresh collard greens
 2 tbsp sugar
 2 cups white vinegar (divided)
 2 tbsp red chili flakes

Directions

1

Removing the spine of the greens, cut lengthwise and wash thoroughly. Cut the bacon into large cubes, place in a pan over medium high heat and cook until fat is rendered. Remove the bacon when crispy then add the onions to the bacon fat and saute for three to five minutes.

2

Add the garlic and the greens, cover with water. Add the sugar and ½ the vinegar along with the chili.

3

Cook for two hours on medium heat.

4

After two hours, taste for seasoning then and add the crispy bacon.

True Southern Collard Greens

Comments

  1. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this receipe!!!! No more looking for a receipe to improve my greens. Thank you because this is the ONLY green vegetable that I will eat on a regular basis. Last but not least…it’s a simple receipe. I watched the video and I was in heaven.

  2. I love you guys. I just happen to come up upon the Aspire.tv channel and got hook on you guys. At first I thought the two of you were husband and wife. I found out different when I saw your individually families. Both are beautiful. Congradulation Seth to your new addition to the family. I actually hand copy the recipes of food I like every Sunday. I also copy those drinks. Listen keep up the friendship and those excellent recipes. I live in the village of Harlem NY and love experiencing good food with.different flavor and I also cook. I look forward to watching and coping your next recipies. I’m sure you have cookbooks. How do I get one? Much love guys! 10/25/20.

  3. Number 2 says; Add 1/2 the vinegar; when, in the recipe do I add the remaining vinegar. This has been omitted from the recipe. Thank you

  4. Love love ❤️ the show, happen to be looking for a channel & ran up in you guy’s cooking one day. So now record every episode. ♥️

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