I was looking for a recipe for greens that didn't use bacon and came across this one and I'm glad I did! I used collard greens and didn't have rice vinegar, so I used red wine vinegar. It turned out very good!Thanks!
Excellent! I used 1/2 of the paste and vinegar on one bunch of greens.
The only flavor that really came through was the vinegar. Probably needs more garlic and chili paste than the recipe says. Ours was also very bitter, but that may have been due to the greens we used.
I wanted to try a low-fat recipe for turnip greens. I love the ingredients in this recipe. The finished product is WONDERFUL!!!
Thank you for a new un-guilty pleasure.
I thought this was delicious, and I wouldn't change a thing. My boyfriend thought it had a little too much chili-garlic sauce, so if you don't like really spicy food, be warned. I ate this with a loaf of french bread; it was so good! Thanks for posting.
Loved this! Always looking for new ways to make greens. This was delicious. I only used one teaspoon of chili-garlic sauce and it was pretty spicy.
I thought it was not so great, edible but not great. It reminded my mom of her mom's cooked spinach.
I admit I am not a greens person but since my CSA put them in my box this week, I figured I'd give it a shot since it had such a high ranking and I like many vegtables. My husband and I didn't get close to finishing what was on our plate.
I'm used to cooking greens with pork hocks but wanted to try a healthier vegetarian version. The recipe is definitely healthier, but the vinegar flavor really turned us off.