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lemon garlic greens saute

Desciption

this recipe is so simple i almost decided not to post it, but it's definitely my go-to side dish when i want fast, delicious greens. i like to use collard greens and kale in this, but you could also use just one or the other or mustard greens & chard as well (i wouldn't recommend spinach for this because it will cook down too much). i also like this with red wine vinegar and liquid smoke in place of the lemon juice. be careful not to add freshly washed (still wet) greens to hot oil -- you'll get fireworks.

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Steps

  1. Roughly chop the greens and wash them thoroughly
  2. To a large saucepan or dutch oven add the olive oil
  3. Garlic and as much of the greens as will fit
  4. Once all of the greens are in the pan
  5. Cook uncovered for 15 minutes or until greens are tender
  6. Tossing frequently
  7. Once the greens are softened and slightly browned
  8. Add the lemon juice and saute an additional 2 minutes
  9. Serve warm

Step 5

Total Time in Minute 25

Ingredients Count 5

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Ingredients

Collard greens

Kale

Lemon juice

Garlic

Olive oil

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