Recipe Directions

Soak collard leaves for a few hours in sea salt and lemon juice (I usually soak them over night to soften the leaves). Stem the collard leaves. Roll and cut across the roll to create long strips. Cut onion lengthwise to create thin spears or sickles. Blend the remaining ingredients in large bowl and sprinkle with cayenne pepper. Sit in the frig for and allow the ingredients to get to know each other. Garnish with local cherrie tomatoes. Enjoy.

Brutha Nature's Thoughts

A simple and quick collard green recipe with a dynamic twist. Recipe was adapted and tweaked a little from one offered by the Yabba Pot Vegatarian Restaurant in Baltimore. Check them out.

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You have to make your own: Soak dates in a little water, then blend with the soak water, adding more if necessary to get the consistency you desire.

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How does one make date syrup? There is nothing like that in my local NF store.

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OH i love raw collards. I've been wanting a new recipe...but sweet collards- that's really different. I"ll have to give 'em a try. Thanks again! They look so good.

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