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Collard Greens

Collard Greens

Collard Greens | Dads That Cook

By Jason Glover

Jason GloverAuthorJason Glover
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If you have never had collard greens or you love them, this recipe is for you! Perfectly cooked with tons of flavor in every bite.

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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time15 minsCook Time2 hrsTotal Time2 hrs 15 mins

 6 small bunches of collard greens
 1 large smoke ham hock
 2 cups Canadian bacon - chopped
 2 tbsp butter
 1 large onion - chopped
 red pepper flakes
 tabasco sauce
 32 oz chicken stock

1

Clean collard greens and cut into small pieces

2

Put butter in pot along with your diced onions

3

Cook down till fork tender

4

Add your garlic, bacon, ham hock, and let cook for 10 min

5

Add your chicken stock ( If you need more liquid add a beer)

6

Let this simmer for 45 min to an hour till the ham hock starts falling apart

7

Add your red pepper flakes and Tabasco to your liking

8

Add your greens and toss

9

Cook on stove top uncovered for an hour

10

Put a lid on your pot and put into preheated oven at 350 degrees for an hour

11

Pull out of oven and taste. If your greens are still crunchy leave on stove top on low heat uncovered until finished.

12

Most of the liquid should be evaporated when finished.

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Ingredients

 6 small bunches of collard greens
 1 large smoke ham hock
 2 cups Canadian bacon - chopped
 2 tbsp butter
 1 large onion - chopped
 red pepper flakes
 tabasco sauce
 32 oz chicken stock

Directions

1

Clean collard greens and cut into small pieces

2

Put butter in pot along with your diced onions

3

Cook down till fork tender

4

Add your garlic, bacon, ham hock, and let cook for 10 min

5

Add your chicken stock ( If you need more liquid add a beer)

6

Let this simmer for 45 min to an hour till the ham hock starts falling apart

7

Add your red pepper flakes and Tabasco to your liking

8

Add your greens and toss

9

Cook on stove top uncovered for an hour

10

Put a lid on your pot and put into preheated oven at 350 degrees for an hour

11

Pull out of oven and taste. If your greens are still crunchy leave on stove top on low heat uncovered until finished.

12

Most of the liquid should be evaporated when finished.

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