Recipe by STRYDER256
"I made this impromptu for my family, and everyone freaked out. It contains no meat, so it's perfect for vegetarians or those who are trying to cut down on meat. It's amazingly simple to make...no more than 15 minutes, start to finish."
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Asian (toasted) sesame oil
collard greens, thinly sliced
gomasio (such as Eden Organic Foods®)
mirin (Japanese sweet wine)
garlic, minced, or more to taste
sea salt to taste
It was, as advertised, quick and easy. But the collards tasted bitter. Maybe it was my batch. I was disappointed.
Just made this, super fast and easy. Didn't have gomasio, used a little shiso furikake and dash of sea salt. Delicious!
This was only the second time I've cooked collards. First time, my wife wouldn't eat them. This time, she had seconds. Caveats: I didn't have mirin, so I used sake + raw sugar. I didn't have gomasio, so I used furikake, and only 1T of that. I did use the optional onions. I was quite pleased, especially since my large bunch of collards cost 29 cents.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Japanese-Style Vegan Collard Greens
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 64
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