Becky’s Braised Greens

Serves: 4

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Braising is a wonderful cooking method for greens, as it gently tenderizes and adds flavor.

Ingredients

Preparation

Wash greens carefully and remove stems. Chop leaves into bite-size pieces. (Chard stems may be kept and chopped separately. Discard stems of other greens.)

Heat a large skillet over medium heat. Add oil and onion. Sauté onion over low heat, stirring occasionally, until translucent and soft. Add chard stems if using, and cook briefly. Add greens and toss to coat with oil. Sauté over medium heat until leaves begin to turn brilliant green and wilt down.

Mix together water, tamari and mirin. Pour into pan. Cover pan tightly. Braise until leaves are tender, 5 to 8 minutes, adding 1 to 2 tablespoons of water if pan becomes dry. Taste to check for doneness; greens should be tasty, not bitter, still green and wilted, but not grey. Sprinkle with a few drops of vinegar if desired.

Recipe by Becky Boutch, former PCC Cooks instructor

More about: braising, chard, collard greens, cruciferous vegetables, greens, kale

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Becky's Braised Greens

This is a very flavorful recipe and very easy and quick. I used leeks instead of onion. I used soy sauce, since I didn't have tamari. It turned out a bit too salty, so I will adjust the sodium level next time, maybe use low sodium soy sauce.

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