Collard Greens and Smoked Turkey Necks

Rebecca Satrom


An all time favorite of my co-workers. Collard greens are hit everytime at company parties. This recipe was perfected by James and his daughter Joann Brown.

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1 large
yellow onion
2 large
smoked turkey necks
enough water to cover the necks
4 bunch
collard greens
1/2 tsp
morton's seasoning salt ( to taste)
2 Tbsp
cooking oil (i use grapeseed oil) or pompeian: olivextra premium a blend of canola, extra virgin olive oil, and grapeseed oil

How to Make Collard Greens and Smoked Turkey Necks


  • 1Cut up onion into 1/2 inch pieces
    Cut necks in half
    Add enough water to just cover the necks

    Cook until slightly tender; 1 hour on low boil.
  • 2While necks are cooking, wash collard greens and drain.
    Roll up leaf tightly, slice down the middle long ways. Chop leaf into bite size pieces.
  • 3Add collard greens to the turkey necks and water.
    Add 2 tbl. of oil
    Cook for an additional hour or more depending on how tender you like your greens.
  • 4The meat on the turkey necks should flake off the bone. Serve over a bed of rice for a complete meal.

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About Collard Greens and Smoked Turkey Necks

Course/Dish: Turkey, Vegetables
Other Tag: Healthy
Hashtags: #SMOKED, #greens, #necks

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