Instapot 6-Quart: Collard Greens Recipe

12/3/22



Insta pot collard greens

Cook on high, normal for 25 mins


Step 1:

2 ham hocks (1 for every pound of greens)

Best results cook ham hocks or turkey legs over the stove first to let it brown/boil. 

2 ham hocks 
1 beef bouillon cube
2 cups of water

Drain then put in a pan with little oil to brown.

Then add it to the instapot.

If not, browning/boiling ham hocks: STEP 2

2 ham hocks (uncooked in instapot on top of greens)

2 pounds of collard greens in the bag ( washed )
1 tablespoon of minced garlic
scallions (optional)
whole onion diced finely
2-3 yellow peppers

2 tablespoons of sugar
1/3 cup of vinegar
3 tablespoons of salt
3 tablespoons of garlic powder
3 tables spoons of red pepper flakes
3 tablespoons of onion powder
1 vegetable bouillon cube (some people just use cajun seasoning)

32 oz bottle of chicken broth (you can double if you like)


Cooking:

Cook on high, normal for 25 mins

It will take 40 mins to an hour for the pressure cooker to release naturally.

Total cook time 1 hr and 35 mins.


You can continue to season after the greens have cooked in the instapot.


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