Comfort Babatola from Bonaire, GA, USA on November 11, 2014: Your hub image is to close to the real thing. Each has a distinct flavor, but I have had them mixed before, and it was really good. Slow and for a long time to get those flavors to mix into the fantastic dish this is. When I eat some of these old favorites, I spend half the meal savoring the dish, and the other half savoring the memories. Reduce heat to medium and cook for 1 hour. prasetio30 from malang-indonesia on November 10, 2014: It sound delicious and healthy as well. Rachelle - I agree, they have a great flavor, and I remember, from when I was young, they were a cheap way for my parents to fill us kids up. 9- Taste and season to your taste, then Serve. Delicious hub! I assume you add the shrimp just a few minutes before you serve the greens so they will cook but not get hard and rubbery? Add greens, … Remove turkey necks when they are done and add the collard greens to the resulting broth with the Old Bay seasoning (or else some salt and hot pepper flakes). zzron from Houston, TX. Have a great Thanksgiving with your family. Great hub, recipe, and delicious looking photo & video. Smoked Meat (Ham Hocks, Smoked Neck Bones, Smoked Turkey Wings, etc.). Once turkey parts are tender rinse and transfer to the pot containing your collard greens. How to Cook Collard Greens With Smoked Neck Bones Step 1. 1 to 2 lbs smoked bone-in pork or turkey (such as ham hocks, neckbones, turkey wings or turkey necks) 2 yellow onions, sliced 4 cloves garlic, chopped 1 tbsp smoked paprika 1/2 tsp crushed red pepper flakes 6 cups chicken stock, preferably homemade Rachelle Williams from Tempe, AZ on November 23, 2017: Don, I'm making some today! Saved by Just A Pinch Recipes. I will have to try this recipe. In a large pot, heat up the vegetable oil & once its hot add in the smoked turkey neck. Southern style collard greens with neckbones. Or, maybe it’s because I have the absolute best collard greens recipe in the South. Mike - Many of my RV friends mention that they only see Collards in specialty food stores and just never tried them. Kay. I enjoyed reading it. Insert fork into a piece of turkey neck to check tenderness. Thanks for sharing! These makes me long for those days. Not worth the germs! Cynthia from North Myrtle Beach, SC on January 16, 2013: One of my favorites! 4- Remove the leaves from the main stems. LOL! Bacon Drippings. I see the error of my ways. 6 ounces turkey meat (such as turkey necks) 2 pounds chopped collard greens 1/2 large onion, chopped (about 3/4 cup) 1 (14.5-ounce) can fat-free chicken broth 2 teaspoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt (optional) 1/2 cup water 3 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons olive oil Well, I just read your hub and even though it did, in fact, cause me to think about my mama, it caused me to think about her in very happy and positive ways. We make this Southern Standard often, when we can get some really fresh Greens to use. I don't understand this and I really don't care. How to Make Collard Greens with Smoked Neckbones. Suzie from Carson City on November 10, 2014: Being a damned Yankee (LOL) I have heard of these greens but never tried them. In a large pot, bring 3 quarts of water to a boil and add smoked meat, house seasoning, seasoned salt and hot sauce. Step 3. Add the collards and cook, stirring, until slightly wilted, about 2 minutes. Angels are headed your way this morning ps. Today, we can all go to the supermarkets and generally we can find Turnip Greens and Mustard Greens, which are both good also, but it is becoming harder and harder to find Collards, especially canned or frozen. Under medium heat, add smoked turkey necks to the water. Collard Greens - DIRECTIONS. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on November 13, 2014: Charmain- Collard Greens are a great side dish, but is that the limit? Very popular in Tennessee. These greens have a unique taste of their own that separates them from other popular greens such as Spinach, Turnip, and Mustard. Those are great too. Break pepper pods into. Butter. Quite frankly, I learned that you had written this hub about two weeks ago, but I avoided reading it because I knew that by doing so, I would end up missing my late mother -- who was a "Grand Master" when it came to preparing and cooking collard greens. The greens themselves are super tender and the flavor is just incredible. Smoked Meat (Ham Hocks, Smoked Neck Bones, Smoked Turkey Wings, etc.) A big CrockPot filled with fresh Collard Greens, Neck bones, and a few spices just can't turn out bad. Honestly, as a Kid, I remember eating this great food for the whole season that it was "coming in". Voted up! 1- Bring the water to a Boil and add the Smoked meat and Salt. Add neckbone and cover with … Thank you so much. Warm water will make sand sink to the bottom of the sink. 2- large bunches of fresh Collard Greens, washed, 1- lb. DIRECTIONS Prepare neckbones by washing them in warm to hot water with a little kosher salt. This recipe was perfected by James and his daughter Joann Brown. A little sidenote… when I cook them for my mom, I also add a piece or two of pork seasoning meat (I prefer smoked neck bones and/or smoked pig tails). Boil for one hour. LOL! NOTE: Some people will combine Collards with either Turnip or Mustard Greens to get a little different flavor. Collard Greens are a seasonal Southern Vegetable green that typically grown in early Spring and late Fall). Will definitely have to give this a try. People that you cherish and at least kept the "good memories" of. vocalcoach- You make this recipe and you will be ruined for life with any other "cooled green". 1- tbs. Sturdy greens -- from cabbage to collards and kale -- benefit from long, slow cooking, which breaks down their relatively tough fibers and leaves them meltingly tender. Don and his wife love to cook. 1- lb. Southern Collard Greens. The flavor of the fat from the neck bones really kicked up the taste. Unfortunately, most of my family is now vegetarian, so no neck bones...but man...you got me wanting to make "meat laden" just for myself! But ..... shhhhhh . Add the chicken broth, cider vinegar, hot sauce, honey, red pepper flakes and 3 cups water. Add Lawry's salt and pepper pods. I'm sure I can find collard greens somewhere around here! Clean the greens by rinsing them well. I love collard greens, but I've never made them before. Set aside. Pour three to four cups of water into a four-quart pot. I grew up in Martinsville, Va. We were practically neighbors! Great hub. Bring to pressure and cook on medium for 20 minutes. emichael from New Orleans on November 28, 2011: This looks great! https://carnaldish.com/recipes/southern-style-collard-greens-with-smoked-turkey Charmain from Northern Virginia on November 11, 2014: One of my favorite side dishes for the holidays! Patricia Scott from North Central Florida on November 18, 2016: Yes, please. Have you tried collard greens sautéed with fresh shrimps and bacon? You are right, wrong side of the tracks! 2- Reduce the heat to MEDIUM and cook for 1-hour. Wash collard greens in warm water. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on November 10, 2014: fpherj48- Glad you are interested in Collards. But, just in case they are rare up there on Lake Erie, you can use Turnip Greens or Mustard Greens, or mix all three together. 2. Water. Karen Kay from Jackson, MS on November 10, 2014: very helpful Don, thank you! Happy Thanksgiving to you! In separate large pot, heat equal amounts of water and chicken broth. Cook over a medium flame for 2-3 hours or until meat is falling off the bone. 13 g I take it you like to cook.....UP++tweeted. 1- tbs. Grate’s Great Collard Greens (Easy Southern Collard Greens with Smoked Turkey) Ingredients. Adding the greens to a pot that already contains simmering smoked neck bones ups the ante, infusing the greens with flavor and their cooking liquid with rich body. Remove the stems that run down the center by holding the leaf in … Cook for 3-5 minutes, and then add in the greens, adobo, pepper, smoked … Add the fantastic nutritional value and you have a good side dish for anyone. This recipe is one of my mothers and its a pretty standard way to cook Collard Greens in the South. Reduce heat and remove lid. I never thought of adding Shrimp though. Once they’re browned all over, add a cup of hot water or turkey stock to the pan. NOTE: By the time this dish is done, the meat should be falling off of the bones. I also allow for a natural pressure release because I believe the greens will absorb some of the pot liquor once they’re done cooking. William Odell from Upstate South Carolina on November 28, 2011: I have grown to love greens Don...been experimenting and my last batch kicked butt...may have to post it soon...love the frugal blog by the way, keep it going, I appreciate the props !! Remove the collard green leaves from the main stem and wash the greens several times in cold water. Will have to see if we can get them here in Latvia. Is that the same Swiss chard? I really liked it. Total Carbohydrate Chop onion in bite size pieces. In a small pot boil turkey necks (or turkey wings) over medium-high heat until tender. Thanks for the Comment. If you add a Ham Hock and maybe some Bacon or Bacon "drippins", and maybe a chunk of Butter you will have a flavor combination that will "knock your socks off". Cook until onions start to caramelize. Jaime Brewise from Oregon on November 28, 2011: Collard greens aren't really my style but the bacon drippings might just resurrect this recipe :-). https://iheartrecipes.com/soul-food-collard-greens-southern This is a simple but interesting recipe. Transfer the pan to the oven and roast at 325 degrees for about 1-1/2 hours. Starting on the end, make 1 inch slices down the roll to slice the Mix in a handful of diced carrots, onions, and celery. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on July 22, 2020: Zehra -mIt is an old Southern Classic that when I grew up, everyone made when Collard Greens, (or any other greens) were in season. I suddenly feels the urge to go and eat some greens. Your photos made my little mouth water. https://www.cornbreadmillionaire.com/Therecipe/smoky-collard-green 6- Slice the stacks in 1/2 to 1- inch pieces. So it should do well in this recipe. Add garlic, and gently saute until light brown. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on November 29, 2011: gypsy, as kada94566 mentioned in a comment above, Swiss Chard, or Chard is in the same family, and has a similar flavor. In a large pot add bacon grease and onions. They are plentiful here in South Carolina and if you drive about 10 miles inland you can find farms offering them for $1 a bunch! on November 28, 2011: I'm not much of a greens eater but I do try. 8-12 bunches of collard greens garlic powder season salt. Stir collard greens, vinegar, sugar, salt, and pepper into the broth mixture; cook until greens have … Will it be good with spinach as well? For up to 120 sarmale Combine ingredients and use to fill cabbage. To roast turkey necks, you’ll first need to brown them in a hot cast iron skillet. Starting the dish with onion, and garlic as the base and then cooking smoked turkey and ham hocks in chicken broth, creates a very tasty cooking liquid for the greens. And every serving should get a little bit of the meat. Looks good. Collard Greens and Smoked Turkey Necks. Pour in … Anyway, thanks for the read and the comment. Cook until onions start to caramelize. :) Up, more and sharing. This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional. 3- qts. 2- large bunches of fresh Collard Greens, washed. That may sound like hyperbole, but, I’m serious. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on December 19, 2011: What a Kind remark, Feenix! Heat olive oil in a large pot over medium heat. Cover and allow the water to simmer into a boil. Using Neck Bones or Ham Hocks added that great seasoned Ham flavor to the greens. Maybe it’s because I live in the South. don't tell everyone, then the price will go up. Prepare your collard green by removing the long stalks and any discolored leafs. https://www.chowhound.com/recipes/slow-cooker-collard-greens-30794 I use the bacon or "fat back" and a ham hock and cook and cook and cook. In a large pot add bacon grease and onions. 4 %. Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. Add the turkey wing and neck and cook, stirring occasionally, to brown, about 2 minutes. I do not miss it one tiny bit. 2-3 pounds of smoked meats (neck bones, turkey legs, riblets etc.) Cook over low heat for about 45 minutes or until desire tenderness. Fill a large stock pot with cold water and add your smoked meat. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on November 18, 2016: pstraubie48 - Many of these old Southern standards are no longer cooked. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on November 23, 2017: Rachelle - glad you are making them ith your Thanksgiving meal. 3 lbs collard greens; 1.5 lbs smoked turkey (necks or wing) 1 tbsp salt; 1 tsp white sugar; 1 tbsp hot sauce (preferably Tabasco or Texas Pete’s) Directions. Remove the stems and chop or tear the greens. And, that's exactly how you cook them. I’ve spent years perfecting the recipe and technique involved for crafting the perfect bowl of collard greens. Southern greens and ham hocks are the ultimate side dish. Other than the fat from the neck bones, fresh Collards are often cheap seasonally and are a very nutritious vegetable to eat. H C Palting from East Coast on November 20, 2016: This is a popular dish in the south) for the holidays as well. ;). Don, I had never experienced collard greens until I visited a friend's home who lived in Georgia. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on January 17, 2013: xanzacow- Thanks so much for your kind words about my Hub. I'm surprised when I mention this to some people they're shocked I eat collard greens. 3- Wash the Greens thoroughly and pat dry. Collard greens are a way of life for me. But, it's all good! As I told him, these special dishes are to be savored twice; once for the wonderful flavors, but while eating, you may find yourself savoring those special memories of times gone by. Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on November 29, 2011: Sounds good to me. Add the pork, onion, salt, garlic powder, black pepper, and red pepper flakes to a large pot with 1 … I am the only one in my family who eats them but once in a while I treat myself. Wash the collard greens thoroughly. “skin I’m in” braised pork neck bones “Sky’s The Limit” Southern Collard Greens With Smoked Turkey “sanford and son theme” Mofongo relleno (mashed fried plantains stuffed with garlic shrimp) “quiero morir en tu piel” Colombian Chicken Potato Soup (Ajiaco) NOTE: Some people like to add a little of their favorite Hot Sauce to their Greens when eating, so have some handy. It's not that they are hard, but it seems to be that many of these old recipes are considered to be "poor folks food". Slice collards into 1/2 to 1 inch thick slices and set aside. Set aside. Collard Greens - INGREDIENTS. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on November 12, 2014: ComfortB- Oh Yeah! Thanks for sharing the recipe. My wife and I were in the south visiting some friends. Rinse and scrub the greens under running water until they’re clean and free of any grit. Such a shame, because Collards have such a unique flavor of their own that I think everyone should try. Old recipes can be enjoyed for what they are, of course, but often they are made even better for the old memories they bring back to a person. Step 2. I usually cook it the same way you do but with a baked chicken and red potatoes. Tender Smoked Turkey Necks. They made a dish they called collard greens and ham hocks. Memories of the past, Past times and passed people. 1- Bring the water to a Boil and add the Smoked meat and Salt. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on October 02, 2019: Its worth a try. February 2020. Add your collard green into your pot of neckbones. Don Bobbitt (author) from Ruskin Florida on November 28, 2011: Thanks for the Kind words emichael and zzron. Rachelle Williams from Tempe, AZ on November 22, 2017: I can eat collard greens every day of the week! So, since then, we have regularly have collard greens with our meals. They showed us how they made collard greens and it was delicious. Seasoned Salt. Although each of these other vegetable greens are delicious in themselves, Collards, as they are commonly known, can be found to be grown and eaten more often in sections of the South, than in other parts of the country. I was recently reminded by a fellow reader that some foods are not just foods for the body, but foods for the Soul! 1- tbs. 826. But, once they did, especially if they used a southern recipe with a little pork fat, they loved them. Prepare neckbones by washing them in warm to hot water with a little kosher salt. Break each leaf into two or three pieces. on November 10, 2014: This 'soul food' is one of my favorites. Meanwhile, when turkey necks are cool enough remove the meat from the bones, careful to discard any small bones. 5- Stack 6-8 leaves on top of each other and roll each stack up. 1. 7- Place the Greens into the pot with the Meat, then add the Bacon drippings, and Butter. They enjoy new and different recipes and experimenting with interesting combinations of ingredients. Haven’t cook them in a while Tomorrow. I tried using just cotton towels to cut down on paper waste. An all time favorite of my co-workers. Collard greens are hit everytime at company parties. In a 5-6 quart My Momma used to make these when I was a little girl growing up in Virginia. My wife now fixes collard greens with different meals. One of the things that I have found, over time, is that when you go back to what some people call "the Basics" of cooking you invariably are dealing with Comfort Foods, you are also dealing with Memories. 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