Love a good dinner that comes together in under 30 minutes! This plant-based sesame stir-fry with collard greens is one of those perfect meals to whip up quickly on a weeknight. Stir-fry is actually one of my fave types of dishes to make - it's basically like a hot salad with sauce! It's a great way to get it in A LOT OF vegetables, greens, and protein in a delicious way. The best part is they are totally customizable and versatile. You can swap out any vegetables and protein you love! I personally tofu and shrimp with this one, but chicken and beef work too. Something I always add to my stir-fry -- GREENS! Greens cooked are a great way to get nutrients. Collard Greens are an incredible source of vitamins and minerals, as well as a food that helps maintain a healthy diet. it is super high in Vitamin A, C and a great source of fiber too. I used Nature's Greens for this recipe. I love that it comes chopped up, triple washed and ready to cook!
Next time when you get some collard greens try this dish, you will like it make sure to eat with a bowl of rice. Here comes the recipe. You can make it vegan buy skipping the butter and use coconut oil instead of it.
Calories: 104kcal Carbohydrates: 10g Protein: 2g Fat: 7g Saturated Fat: 2g Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g Monounsaturated Fat: 3g Trans Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 8mg Sodium: 827mg Potassium: 327mg Fiber: 3g Sugar: 5g Vitamin A: 2280IU Vitamin C: 25mg Calcium: 128mg Iron: 1mg
Interested in bulking up your curry even more? Three ingredients are great for adding to the flavor, texture, and overall recipe: chickpeas, green pepper, peas, or a combination of the three! I recommend throwing in green peppers at the end so they keep their nice crunch!
Total Calories: 382 Total Carbs: 56 g Total Fat: 1 g Total Protein: 43 g Total Sodium: 455 mg Total Sugar: 16 g Note: The information shown is based on available ingredients and preparation. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionists advice.
You may be asking yourself, Only 5 minutes? JA! And, for me that was perfect. The collards came out fairly tender and still hearty. But, thats how I like them. Also, keep in mind were not using ham or turkey which is common in this traditional dish.
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Whenever I make collard greens I pair it with a bunch of other holiday fixings, but if I want a quick plate, I love collards, mashed potatoes and cornbread together. Something about that combination really does it for me. Especially when theyre leftovers. Is it just me, or do some things just taste better the next day? Thats definitely the case for these Easy Vegan Collard Greens. Once all the flavors set in overnight, they taste even better!
I made these Easy Vegan Collard Greens for Thanksgiving this year and it was a hit! Wanna know my favorite part? I cooked them in advance because not only do they taste better, but it helps save time for things that actually have to be cooked on the day of. I dont know about you, but preparing holiday meals can be a bit much at times. So if theres anything that can be made ahead of time, Im on it!
Long grain brown rice, fresh antioxidant-full greens, and nutritious pumpkin seeds, some of the healthiest foods you can choose, make up this meatless rendition of the classic Cajun favorite, dirty rice. Flavorful and easy to put togetherdirty rice with collards and leeks is about to become your new favorite side dish!
In Louisiana, dirty rice is cooked with the chicken parts that are normally thrown awaythe dirty color comes from liver and gizzards. Traditional dirty rice also calls for the holy trinity of onions, celery and peppers. This vegetarian version is made with a whole lot of collards and a duo of leeks and cayenne pepper.
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Dirty ris med collards og porrer vegan og glutenfri
Kalorier: 165kcal Carbohydrater: 23G Protein: 5G Fedt: 6G Mættet fedt: 1G Natrium: 442mg Kalium: 197mg Fiber: 3G Sukker: 1G Vitamin A: 1516IU Vitamin C: 10mg Calcium: 69mg Iron: 1mg