BACK IN LA..TIME FOR A RECIPE!

Happy Saturday folks!

I'm finally back in L.A. and after going to four cities in five days, it was awesome to sleep in my own bed!  It was a very exciting, exhausting, enlightening and exhiliarting week away!  Now, it's time to get back to the business that is Veggin'!  I missed blogging two days this week which is unheard of for me, but I'm trying to learn balance and know it's okay to rest when necessary!  I will try I said- LOL!  I really feel I'm missing something when I don't write. 

Anyway, I wanted to post a recipe in honor of my meal at Soul Vegetarian yesterday for lunch.  My colleague and I were able to stop back through there for some grub before heading to the airport in Atlanta.  When I was living there, this was defnitely one of my go-to spots, so it was great to go back for some more goodness for the soul.  I had the mock meatloaf, mac'n'cheese and greens and it was soooo delicious! We also each snagged a piece of Strawberry cake for the plane.  I found the following "smokin' collard greens recipe on vegweb posted by veggielove that got rave reviews!  Let's check it out!

SMOKIN' COLLARD GREENS

INGREDIENTS (use vegan versions):

2 bunches collard greens, destemmed and cut to 1" strips

1/2 medium yellow onion, chopped

1/2 large red bell pepper, chopped

1/2 large green bell pepper, chopped

1 tablespoon minced ginger

3 garlic cloves, minced

3 veggie bouillon cubes

DIRECTIONS:

Transfer greens to a large bowl and submerge them in water to clean. I usually triple wash them just to make sure they are clean. The greens are clean when the water runs clear. Set greens aside.

In a large Dutch oven, sauté the onion and peppers in oil until they have begun to soften, then add the ginger and garlic.
Add 5 cups of water and bouillon cubes and greens. Bring to boil and simmer on low for about 2 1/2 hours or until greens reach desired tenderness.

Comments

  1. There's a Soul Veg here in DC. Have you ever been?

    I love collard greens, always have! These days I tend to sautee them, but there is nothing like greens that have been simmering on the stove for hours.

    I'll definitely have to try out your version.

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  2. Hi Luciana!!

    No, I haven't! When I come home next, I'll have to see if you're available so we can go! :-)

    ME TOO!! I LOOVE THEM!

    Yes, this version sounds great!

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