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Ye'abesha Gomen (Ethiopian Collard Greens)

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160Calories
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Ye'abesha Gomen (Ethiopian Collard Greens)

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Ingredients

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4 SERVINGS
  • collard greens (/Kale chopped, 10 ounce)
  • 3 cooking oil (or or more tablespoons Niter, Ethiopian Spiced Butter)
  • 1 1/2 tsp. minced ginger
  • 2 tsp. minced garlic
  • 1 white onion (large, chopped)
  • 1 tsp. paprika (smoke)
  • 1/2 tsp. spice (cardamom)
  • 1 tsp. coriander (/Cumin)
  • 2 chili pepper (Fresh, or ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper or more)
  • 1 fresh lemon
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    160Calories
    Sodium
    Fat
    Protein
    Carbs
    Fiber
    Calories160Calories from Fat120
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Fat13g20%
    Saturated Fat1.5g8%
    Trans Fat
    Cholesterol<5mg2%
    Sodium105mg4%
    Potassium170mg5%
    Protein3g6%
    Calories from Fat120
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Carbohydrate9g3%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Sugars1g2%
    Vitamin A8%
    Vitamin C45%
    Calcium4%
    Iron6%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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    Reviews(10)

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    Sid 6 months ago
    While I’m not the biggest fan of collards, this is a reasonably tasty, fast way to prepare them. Not having spiced butter on hand, I feel like my attempt to replicate it ended up with muddled flavours. I’m unsure how to improve from here, if anyone has thoughts? Perhaps more garlic, roasted as slivers or slices?
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    Peter Anto a year ago
    Tasty. I was looking for anything different from the usual Southern style Collard Greens and this was nice especially with the ginger, cardamom, and cumin.
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    FlyFoodie 2 years ago
    Very Good. Used it in a breakfast skillet.
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    Ms. Dimples 2 years ago
    It was delicious! I’m definitely making again. I substituted cayenne for berbere. Thank you!!
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    Michelle Patrich 2 years ago
    I was trying to find a way to use up my collard greens and Ethiopian was the best way to go really easy and SO good I used coconut oil and red onion for my personal touches
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    Michaela Tosh 2 years ago
    This was pretty tasty and it went really well with sweet potatoes and chicken.
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    Bridget P. 3 years ago
    I may try again and cut up the collard greens into smaller pieces and cook a bit longer.
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    Shuqiao S. 5 years ago
    Super good! I doubled it and cooked it for longer since I love my collards really soft. Was fantastic and flavorful. Paired it with rice. Mmmm
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    Pamela 6 years ago
    I wanted to make something different than the usual Southern style greens. This recipe did not disappoint! I used regular butter since I didn't have spiced and put in a little veggie stock to soften the greens
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    Lisy i. 6 years ago
    This recipe is great! Just used oil, not the fancy butter. The first time I used red pepper flakes because I didn't have chili peppers on hand and it turned out well. Very flavourful and easy. The second time I used one Thai red chili and the cayenne. Nice n' hot!

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