How to make it

  • Rinse greens well, pick out any bad leaves and remove stems. From this point you can wilt your greens two ways. One, stuff a small pressure cooker with as many greens as you can fit and pour in 1 cup o fwater. Cook for 5 minutes. Let cool in a sink of cold water before opening. Be sure pressure cooker is completely cool before removing lid to avoid steam burns.
  • If you don`t have a pressure cooker you can use a pot on your stove top.
  • Fill pot with desired amouont of greens, pushing down to tightly pack. Add just enough water to barely cover greens. Bring to a boil, stirring frequently. Cook for 30 minutes to 1 hour.
  • After cooking your greens with your desired mithod drain well in a strainer. Heat about 4 tablespoons oil (you can use more or less depending on the amount of greens in the pan) in a large skillet over medium heat. Add greens to skillet and cook until heated thooroughly. Add salt to taste. Serve hot.
  • If desired you can add chopped bacon, sauteed onions and garlic, and other spices after greens are fried for more flavor and variety.

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  • cdlsmith 6 years ago
    greens fixed this way are sooooo goooood! We eat ours with lots of vinegar
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  • cathymt 7 years ago
    I did make this the other night using my pressure cooker and I think it could have used another 5 minutes or so. (I made collard greens)
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  • henrie 7 years ago
    Yum never thought of using my pressure cooker for greens, what a great idea. Great Post. Bookmarking!
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