Chopped Collard Greens - #10 Can - 6/Case
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- 25 (1/2 c.) servings per can
- Low in fat and calories
- Great for lean and hearty entrees
- Chopped to save prep time
- Ready to heat and serve
|Package Size||# 10 Can|
Treat your customers to superior taste with these chopped collard greens. Full of fresh flavors of traditional Southern cooking, these collard greens bring natural and authentic foods to your table without the hassle of storing perishable produce. Offering the time-saving convenience of canned vegetables, these rich, chopped collard greens are preserved in water to maintain their ideal texture and freshness and can be simply heated and served. Low in fat and calories, customers will love this versatile ingredient in many of their favorite dishes.
For traditional Southern charm, braise these collard greens with smoked ham or thick-cut bacon. Cooking with meats gives these greens a soft, salty taste. Alternatively, these greens taste great when prepared in olive oil with dashes of salt and vinegar. These collard greens can be slow-cooked, creamed, or sauteed. Mix them with spices like peppers, garlic, and onions for a dish with big flavor or use them to enhance a stir fry or stew. Subtly sharper than spinach, collard greens are rich in vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants. Looking for the crisp taste of fresh produce to serve with both lean and hearty entrees? Look no further than these chopped collard greens for the perfect accompaniment to all of your signature home-style dishes!
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This item is made with non-genetically modified ingredients.
This item has been certified Kosher by Star K.
Hands down the best canned collard green on the market a favorite of the southern table when there is not the time to prepare fresh. We precook and freeze some smoked neck bones just open up this can and add pre cooked neck bones easy and ready in minutes.
Garry W. from jobabyllc Posted on 02/17/2017
These are good for collard greens. These are good eaten with a bit of butter and vinegar on them and also alongside corn bread and other southern staples.
Tonya L. Posted on 12/13/2016
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