Turnip greens

Turnip greens
Turnip greens

These Southern-fashion turnip greens complement fried chicken, ham, and pork chops nicely, and they go properly with just about any principal dish. A word of caution: will not fail to remember the cornbread! Southerners might even refuse to consume them without having freshly baked cornbread or cornbread muffins. And do not drain the greens soon after they are cooked! The “potlikker” is an important component of the dish.

If you are employing fresh turnip greens with turnip attached, you may possibly want to use the whole plant. Wash, peel, and minimize a turnip into one/4-inch cubes and cook it correct along with the greens. The diced turnip root adds colour, taste, and texture to the greens.

If you or members of your loved ones are vegetarian, omit the bacon and saute the onions in 2 tablespoons of olive oil or butter. Use vegetable broth alternatively of chicken stock and add some fresh diced tomatoes just before serving.

This dish can be created with collard greens, kale, or mustard greens as effectively. Or make the recipe with a combination of greens.

Southern greens are usually served with pepper vinegar sauce. If you don’t have pepper vinegar sauce, serve them with your favourite sizzling sauce or plain apple cider vinegar.