Southern Collard Greens | Crock Pot Recipe

Southern Collard Greens | Crock Pot Recipe

welcome back to my channel smoking and grilling with me a V and today I know you guys read the title you saw it we're using a crock pot you'll be making southern style collard greens let me go ahead and just get it out let me just show you how spoiler alert listen turned out excellent don't really want to over talk it this is like super easy you know I mean you're talking about it like a ten minute prep time and the rest is just cook time in the crock pot so with no further ado let's get it anytime I use a crock-pot I'll use crock-pot liner they are they are just absolute must it makes for easy cleanup okay here okay now you want to place your ham hocks onions garlic and peppers into your slow cooker actually those aren't ham hocks that smoked pork neck I wasn't able to find ham hocks at the store today I went to so any smoked meat will do after you got your ingredients into the crock-pot then you want to add 8 cups of water that right there is just a 2 cup you know Pyrex so you know obviously I got to do it four times after you have all your ingredients again you got your water in then you want to put your lid on the slow cooker and then set it on high for six hours [Applause] now after four hours your meat should be tender and falling off the bone so what I do here is I just like to stir it up get all you know make sure everything is like moved around and stir it up properly and then I want to start adding my collard greens now these greens have already been washed three times and they're already cooked the crock-pot that I'm using is six and a half quarts now listen it will fit two pounds of greens in there a long which at me you know like either two pieces of Lara's ham hock in this case you know I'm using smoked pork neck listen it will all fit I just put it in you know like a different you know small increments just to stir them around and you know and to get them submerged into the yard into my juice now you guys just seen how easy it was to prepare and to cook listen the crock-pot does all of the work so with that being said you know I mean a try this recipe you're talking about an excellent side dish with the holidays coming you know what the temperatures dropping this right here and sure enough will warm your insides up so if you're new to the channel go ahead and subscribe if you'd like you know my content go ahead and hit that bill so you can get the latest notification you know whenever I drop a new video listen I got a lot of videos like just coming I'm getting ready for this fall and it's winter you guys so with that being said share it like it subscribe ring the bell I'm out peace

48 thoughts on “Southern Collard Greens | Crock Pot Recipe

  • Crock-Pot 6.5-Quart, Programmable Touchscreen Slow Cooker, Silver –
    Reynolds Kitchens Slow Cooker Liners (Regular Size, 6 Count) –

  • Ima do this! I make delicious succulent greens too but never used the crock pot… now I will. Yours looks awwesome

  • This recipe looks amazing. I have several Crock Pots and use them a lot. I have never cooked Collard Greens in the Crock Pot, but will do so today. I will be off to the market to buy two bunches of greens. Thank you for sharing.
    Update: everything is in the Crock Pot except for the greens and the vinegar. The greens have been prepped and will be added at the four-hour mark. This should be an awesome recipe.
    Update 2: the greens were not cooked after the six-hour mark. I had to cook nine hours in my Crock Pot. The two jalapenos with the seeds and membranes included, provided enough heat. In fact, all the spices worked well together. I made corn muffins and enjoyed both items together.

  • Lord have mercy!! Ooh my ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹

  • All I can say is, You can Cook, you cooked those greens, the way they are suppose to be cooked.

  • I hate the fact that everything comes in plastic bottles…so i know i don't won't no collard greens cooked in plastic…ijs

  • Hey ๐Ÿ™‹ my brother, you are some wrong for holding up those greens so close to the camera, all is missing is the cornbread and sweet potatoes, you cook your greens the way I was taught in the late 60's, l haven't put black pepper in mines, l do put the dry hot peppers and green hot peppers if l have them and l also do sugar and baking soda if they are tough.But All and all l'm with you. Again thanks for your easy recipe which I think would help the beginners, You are doing a great job in teaching.Have a wonderful bless day and peaceful night too you and your family. I'm sure your wife appreciate you,too have a Man who can do it All. May God our Heavenly Father Bless you and yours.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™5-13-2019-11:24pm.๐ŸŒด๐Ÿƒ๐ŸŒด๐Ÿƒ๐ŸŒด๐Ÿ‘

  • Thank you for this recipe just made this w/ smoked turkey and red peppers instead of jalapeรฑos it turned out delicious! ๐Ÿ˜‹ ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

  • Made Southern Style Collard Greens today for my wife on Mothers Day. Put mine on at 5:30 this morning by 11;30 they were done. They tasted unbelievable! I would have never used my crock pot if I hadn't seen this video. Thanks!

  • Had to try this! My crew really enjoyed delicious & easy recipe! ๐Ÿ‘ Served it with some hoe cakes on the side! No leftovers…definitely a keeper! Thanks for the recipe & video!

  • I've never even heard of a crockpot plastic bag before. And those greens…. Lawd, I'm weak! Love your channel. โ™ฅโ™ฅโ™ฅ

  • I have never seen collards cooked with green pepper, neverโ€ฆdefinitely trying thisโ€ฆโ€ฆโ€ฆโ€ฆHave you ever tried cooking collards and cabbage together, amazingโ€ฆ

  • That looks aMazing! Love greens. Collard, chard, turnip, kale, beet….never sure what to do with mustard greens. Any tips or ideas?
    P.S. The scent must be wonderful. The richness of the meat, the tang of the vinegar. Heavenly.
    Watching you scoop it out into a bowl leaving the broth behind, well, I would save the broth for later and serve it in a big mug with a few sourdough croutons sprinkled on and sip it. This is all your fault. ๐Ÿ˜‰ making this today.

  • This is a first I wouldโ€™ve never thought to cook collard greens in a crock pot .. thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

  • Yes sir you know what youโ€™re doing. Real men do exist. Pls,donโ€™t stop making these videos. You are very good soul food cook,I love this channel.

  • Seriously just subscribed. By far the most delicious looking collard greens I have ever seen! Good job brotha!

  • You sure can cook. I've tried many of your recipes & they are delicious. I'll ask for your hand in holy matrimony๐Ÿค—โค๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜

  • Hi im new to your channel.I love how your videos are simple and a lot less talking lol. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  • @AB I love greens and cornbread ya dig? DULANS On Crenshaw got pretty good collard greens feel me?๐Ÿ’ฏ

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