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Keto Collard Greens is a delicious low carb side born in the heart of South Carolina. Perfect for those who love Southern country cooking and are …

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This southern classic makes a great low carb side dish with your Thanksgiving dinner! This is a great way to use the turkey neck so no part goes to waste. …

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Add the chopped bacon and collard slices into the pot. Cook until the collards begin to wilt, about 2-3 minutes. Add in the red pepper flakes (optional, …

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1. In a high sided, heavy bottom pot add in the olive oil. Turn the heat to high. When the oil shimmers, add in the bacon. Reduce the temperature to medium. Cook the bacon until the fat has been rendered. Remove the bacon from the pot.
2. Add in the onion and the kosher salt. Cover the pot and cook for 5-7 minutes, stirring occasionally and scraping the brown bits off the bottom. While the onion is cooking, finely chop the cooked bacon.
3. Add the garlic into the onions and cook for 1 minute, stirring. Add the chopped bacon and collard slices into the pot. Cook until the collards begin to wilt, about 2-3 minutes. Add in the red pepper flakes (optional, but delicious).
4. Add in the stock. Mix. Cover the pot and cook over low heat for 45 minutes to an hour.

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This Southern collard greens recipe keeps the carbohydrates low and the flavors high with ingredients you can easily find in your local grocery …

1. Fry bacon until golden and crispy.
2. Remove bacon and set aside for garnishing.
3. Add the collard greens to the pan with the ghee, garlic, salt and bone broth and place the lid on top. Cook for a few minutes, give the mixture a stir and place the lid back on.
4. When the greens are cooked to your liking, add apple cider vinegar and hot sauce, to taste.

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This healthy Southern Keto Collard Greens Recipe has a hint of maple sweetness and a punch of apple cider vinegar sourness that makes this recipe a yummy vegan way to enjoy fresh collard greens. It's a perfect down-home southern side dish that is good for you. That first bite will take you back to grandma's family table and you're going to be surprised that you …

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Healthy Southern-Style Collard Greens. A healthy southern style collard greens recipe. This recipe is gluten free, low carb, and paleo friendly. 1 White or Yellow Onion (chopped) 16-18 Slices of Uncured (Pastured Bacon) 3-4 Bundles of Organic Collard Greens or about 3-4 lbs (cut & washed) 1-2 tsp Fresh Garlic (minced) 6 C. Organic Chicken Broth.

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Collard Greens are a way of life here in South Carolina. They are also the Perfect keto side. They are extremely low in carbs and super high in important nut

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Get instant access to 5,000+ low-carb and Keto diet recipes crafted by our test kitchen chefs and members. Southern collard greens are typically slow cooked with ham until wilted and tender. For a quick and easy alternative, we have simmered our Keto collard greens with bacon, onion and garlic in chicken stock. Not forgetting a generous tablespoon of butter for those all …

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Combine onions, ham hocks, and garlic in a stockpot; add chicken broth. Cook mixture over medium heat until meat is falling off the bone, about 2 hours. Advertisement. Step 2. Stir collard greens, vinegar, sugar, salt, and pepper into the broth mixture; cook until greens have reached desired tenderness, about 2 more hours.

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Add chicken broth to the pot, stir, and allow to come to a boil. Reduce the heat to low, cover pot with lid, and allow to cook for two and a half hours. Meanwhile, clean and prepare collard greens using instructions found in the post above. Set aside. After two and a half hours shred meat on ham hocks away from the bone.

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I used bacon for added seasoning in this collard greens recipe, but country ham or ham hocks would work as well. Collard Greens are a staple and Southern cooking, and most Southern cooks agree with me - they are best cooked for a long time. If you prefer them less tender, feel free to shorten the cooking time. For a peppery flavor, feel free to substitute …

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Cut and remove the rib from the base of each collard green by making a V-shaped incision. Then either cut each one with a sharp knife or tear by hand into 1-inch by 2-inch long pieces. Add oil and bacon pieces to a large skillet or pot over medium heat. Cook for 7-8 minutes, or until bacon is crispy and cooked through.

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Place the water and the ham hock in a large pot with a tight-fitting lid. Bring to a boil. Lower the heat to very low and simmer covered for 30 minutes. Add the collards and the hot pepper flakes the pot. Simmer covered for about 2 hours, stirring occasionally. Add the vegetable oil and simmer covered for 30 minutes. Serve warm and enjoy.

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Low Carb Collard Greens Recipe GINGER COLLARD GREENS. A southern tradition with a ginger flavor. Provided by Keith Dallmer. Categories Side Dish Vegetables Greens. Time 1h25m. Yield 6. Number Of Ingredients 9. Ingredients; Nutrition; 3 quarts water: 6 cubes chicken bouillon : 1 onion, chopped: 2 cloves garlic, minced: 1 teaspoon black pepper: 1 teaspoon salt: 1 ½ …

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Healthy SouthernStyle Collard Greens (Gluten Free, Low . 5 hours ago A healthy southern style collard greens recipe. This recipe is gluten free, low carb, and paleo friendly. 1 White or Yellow Onion (chopped) 16-18 Slices of Uncured (Pastured Bacon) 3-4 Bundles of Organic Collard Greens or about …. Preview / Show more . See Also: Recipe for mixed greens cooked …

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Quick greens, braised greens, greens and cabbage, greens with peppers…I mean, there’s a lot of recipes I make with greens. Lol. I like to switch it up because I eat them on a weekly basis to keep my vegetable, iron and vitamin count high and my carbs low! Yes, collard greens, while a southern, comfort dish is actually very healthy for you!

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What do you put in your collard greens?

You can make your collard greens with bacon ( like I will be doing), smoked turkey wings, ham hocks, or even smoked pork neck bones. I add 1 large jalapeno to my pot. If you are not a fan of hot peppers, you can omit the jalapeno. Also be sure to check out these recipes as well! Southern Cornbread Southern Fried Cabbage

What are soul food style collard greens?

These soul food style collard greens are packed with flavor, accented with bacon for an extra savory touch. Want a classic, comforting soul food recipe? These soul food style collard greens are packed with flavor, accented with bacon for an extra savory touch. Home Recipes Appetizers Breakfast Dinner Sheet Pan Recipes Instant Pot Recipes casserole

What are my keto collard greens?

My Keto Collard Greens have their basis in the South Carolina collard tradition. That means that there are 3 main ingredients after the collards themselves: vinegar, pork, and some sort of pepper. With that base, I built upon what I thought was a good dish in order to make it a spectacular dish.

How to cook collard greens in a crock pot?

Combine onions, ham hocks, and garlic in a stockpot; add chicken broth. Cook mixture over medium heat until meat is falling off the bone, about 2 hours. Stir collard greens, vinegar, sugar, salt, and pepper into the broth mixture; cook until greens have reached desired tenderness, about 2 more hours.

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