How to cook collard green in your crockpot
A few simple tips to help you cook collards in your Crock Pot.
Don’t forget to add the collards to the crock pot after they’ve been cooked, as they’re not done cooking yet.
They’re ready to be cooked.
Add some water to the soup pot to bring the temperature down to a more comfortable level.
Add a tablespoon of coconut milk to the water to give the sauce a more nutty taste.
If you want a bit more flavour, add a tablespoon or two of the lemon juice or a tablespoon and a half of coconut oil to the collard soup.
Cook the collar greens in a mixture of stock and water until the greens are tender.
Place the collars in a large bowl and cover them with plastic wrap to keep them from getting too dry.
Once the greens have been cooked and the sauce is bubbling, add the noodles to the bowl and let them soak in the broth.
The broth will soak up the flavours of the collas, making them a very quick and delicious side dish.
To make the collared collard salad, add some dressing to the noodles and stir it together with the dressing.
Then garnish with the chopped carrots and a spoonful of the coconut oil.
You can add some chopped parsley or chives to the salad as well, if you like.
If the soup doesn’t have enough noodles, add another spoonful.
Serve the collarfied collards with your favourite accompaniments such as a salad bar or salad bowls.