One of many recipes for a Brazilian side dish known as Couve a Mineira, or simply "couve" using collard greens. It is quite different from traditional southern American wilted (boiled) collard greens and much quicker and easier.The basic recipe comprises quick sautee of usually 2-4 minutes of thinly sliced (pre-washed) collard greens, olive oil, chopped garlic, and salt, though there are many variations on this dish (many mainstream recipes mention butter or meat-based fats and flavorings, but those are up to individual preference).http://blog.kj.com/easy-brazilian-style-collard-greens/http://southamericanfood.about.com/od/saladssidedishes/r/Col...This Test Kitchen (Gourmet Magazine) youtube video explains and demonstrates this simple dish.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYW7P6xmMgcHope you'll enjoy!ST
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