Recipes for delicious and nutrient-dense greens are as versatile as the various kinds of greens available at your local market. From kale and collard green recipes to mustard green and chard recipes, you'll enjoy greens like you never have before.

How to Cook Collard Greens

Collards are a regional staple in the Southeast, but people in other parts of the country are less familiar with how to cook collard greens. Considering that they're packed with nutrients such as vitamins A and C--not to mention being delicious--it's about time that changed.

Stuffed Flank Steak

Family Circle

This roasted flank steak stuffed with a delicious spinach, blue cheese, and roasted red pepper filling makes an impressive main-dish recipe for family and friends.

Total: 2 hrs

Turkey-Cranberry Fingers

Midwest Living

Herbed Oven-Fried Chicken

Midwest Living

Farro and Collard Greens

Diabetic Living

Spinach Pasta Salad

Midwest Living

Basil, prosciutto, and pine nuts pack plenty of flavor into this cool side-dish salad.

Buffalo Chicken Salad

Diabetic Living
Total: 15 mins

Stuffed Bibb Lettuce

Diabetic Living
Total: 20 mins

Salmon Wrapsody

Midwest Living

Twice-Baked Squash

Better Homes and Gardens

Parmesan and bacon give richness to the squash and spinach filling in this stunning side dish.

Total: 30 mins
Total: 25 mins

Wide-Awake Ribeyes

Midwest Living

We love the bitter notes that come from adding ground coffee to this spice rub, but if you choose to leave it out, the rub will still taste great. The recipe makes more spice mixture than youll need; save the extra in an airtight container for one month to use on steaks, or beef or pork roasts.

Greens  Recipes: Take your pick!
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