This flavorful and comforting soup is just what you need on a cold winter night. To quickly cut the collards, stack a few leaves and roll them into a tight cylinder, then slice crosswise 1/4 inch thick.
good flavor. added some Tabasco for a little zing
Soul warming soup!:-)
I'm putting my happy face by this recipe. I left the garlic in though and used turkey stock. It was good.
Delicious, very good flavor, and filling but not too heavy. I cooked the onions for quite a while and left the garlic in (chopped). It was really a perfect soup for tonight's cold weather. Loved the bacon as a topper, and I will definitely make this again. Very good.
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