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.See Popular Greens Recipes
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.
Knowing how to make collard greens is trendy nowadays! The nutritious, inexpensive leafy greens packed with vitamins, especially A and Care popping up on restaurant menus across the country. It's probably because they make such an easy yet delicious side dish.
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.
The creamy sweetness of the goat cheese in this salad is a nice balance to the olive vinaigrette and the slightly bitter watercress and radicchio. It's simple, sophisticated and really delicious.
This recipe is everything you love about an egg sandwich (eggs, cheese, salt, check) made into a well-balanced meal. Try it any time of the day.
This year, my resolution is to eat more healthy greens, specifically collards. What's so great about this nutrition-packed vegetable is that you can buy a ton of it, keep in on hand, and create all kinds of easy dishes without ever having to make up anything ahead -- think "rice" with way more goodness! Let's get started with a terrific recipe for Collard Greens and Smoked Turkey.
We'd like to say this White Bean Stew & Greens recipe is a vegetarian's delight. And that's almost true. Sort of.
This Rustic Swiss Chard and Mozzarella Tart is a great way to eat more greens as you enjoy a restaurant-quality dinner at home.
Greens and beans sauteed in chicken broth and a splash of white wine is a classic Italian dish that combines the best of fresh and dried produce. Served as a first course or a side dish (or as a vegetarian main dish, when made with vegetable broth), this hearty combination can't be beat. But maybe you'd like a little more oomph to the traditional veggie side.
Looking for an impressive first-course? Simply wrap a herb-encrusted goat cheese log in puff pastry and serve with a lightly dressed mesclun salad. So easy, yet so good.
Fresh, colorful, and easy, this is an updated and tastier version of the classic wedge salad.