How to make it

  • Clean the greens really well - fill the sink with water and submerge, swishing the leaves around in the water. Drain and repeat at least once, twice is better. Bend the leaves at the top of the thickest part of each leaf and strip the stem off the leaf; compost or (as one recipe suggested) toss them to the chickens. :p Shake off the water.
  • In a BIG pot (don't worry, they'll cook down lots) over medium heat, heat olive oil, add onion and garlic, then greens. Pack them in and put the lid on. Let them steam/saute for about 10 minutes. Mix in soy sauce and cook for about 5 minutes more, or until they're as done as you'd like them. They'll stay a bit crunchy unless you cook them a REALLY long time, like an hour.
  • Turn off heat and drizzle with sesame oil.
  • Enjoy!

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    " It was excellent "
    rml ate it and said...
    I Love mustard greens...well, if it's green then it has to be good! Thank you for the great post. I've also added bokchoy and mushrooms. Excellent!
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  • possumqueen 10 years ago
    Sounds good - gonna have to try this with collards.
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  • unclefedor 10 years ago
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  • zena824 10 years ago
    Canucook gave you the one.... they have hit several foodies tonight... including me...
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