Asian Stir-Fried Collard Greens

Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Serves: 6-8
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method: Stir-Fry

Ingredients

1/4-1/3 lb bacon, sliced in pieces (you can use country ham pieces)
1 medium onion, sliced
4 garlic cloves, minced
1/4 c uncle gary's gourmet peppers
1 Tbsp ginger, minced
1 Tbsp crushed red pepper flakes
32 oz bag(s) fresh shredded collard greens
1 Tbsp sesame oil
1/4 c soy sauce
2 Tbsp fish sauce
1 Tbsp sugar or sugar substitute
water (optional)

The Cook

Sherri Logan Williams Recipe
x8
Well Seasoned
Danville VA, lives in Crestview, FL
logansw
Member Since Feb 2011
Sherri's notes for this recipe:
This is my Asian twist on my country collard greens. These collards are quick and easy and very tasty! Cooking with Love & Passion sw:)
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Directions

1
In a large heated skillet, fry bacon until crispy.
2
Add onion, garlic, gourmet peppers, ginger and crushed red pepper to the skillet. Stir fry until onion ares translucent.
3
Add collard greens. Stir-fry for about 10-12 minutes on medium-high heat. Add remaining ingredients and a little water if needed. Cook for an additional minute or so.
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user Susan Feliciano frenchtutor - Apr 17, 2011
Thanks, Sherri, I'm alsways looking for new and different ways to fix greens. According to latest research, green leafy vegetables are the perfect food, and we should all eat lots more of them! This will make it easy to include them in our diets.
user Sherri Logan Williams logansw - Apr 17, 2011
Susan, you are so dead on when it comes to the addition of more green leafy vegetables to our diet. To make this recipe more healthier, subtitute the regular bacon for turkey bacon and use a litlle of the sesame oil to fry the turkey bacon. Happy Cooking! sw:)
user Dee Stillwell LILLYDEE - Apr 17, 2011
To me, this sounds like a much better way to prepare greens than boilng em to death. Healthier too, since it should retain more vitamines with less cooking time... I would make it with spinach or kale I think. Cabbage would be good like this too. Thanx for sharing, Sherri. That has a nice ring to it "Sharing Sherri" : D cute
user Sherri Logan Williams logansw - Apr 17, 2011
Funny you mention spinach, kale and cabbage. I've cooked those same veggies as well as julienne brussel sprouts this way. "Sharing Sherri" has a nice ring to it. Do you mind if I still it from you. LOL, I promise to give you the credit. Happy Cooking! sw:)

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