These collards are fan-like leaves that make a perfect tortilla substitute for a grain-free wrap or enchilada. They are also wonderful sautéed alone or with other green vegetables, collards will add a unique flavor and texture to your meal.
Considered a healthy food, collards are good sources of vitamin C, vitamin K, soluble fiber, and contain multiple nutrients with potent anticancer properties.
Collard greens have long been a staple of Southern cuisine. Typical seasonings consist of smoked and salted meats, diced onions, vinegar, salt, and black, white, or crushed red pepper.