- 20 minutes
- 2 hours
They say anytime you eat collards on New Year'��s Day, good fortune will come your way. Anyone who cooks collards is indeed fortunate any time of year, because they are a nutritious, delicious way to get your greens. The secret to good collards is not to complicate them. You can buy fresh collards or by the bag,�� bagged collards are easier to work with because they are already washed and cut. Seasoned with pork, salt and lots of pepper, fill a bowl with collards and a piece of cornbread and you'��ll be hard pressed to find a tastier green veggie.
- Mix chicken bouillon cubes and water to make a broth in a large pot.
- Cook bacon until crisp in a separate skillet.
- Add collards, vinegar, sugar, bacon, salt and pepper to broth.
- Cook until collards are tender, about 2 hours.