Ethiopian Collard Greens
Why should you make these Ethiopian Collard Greens with Niter Kibbeh Ghee? 🌿 Not only are they deeeelicious, but there are LOTS of health benefits to adding leafy greens into your diet.
Take these collard greens for example, they:
✖️are high in vitamin K which improves bone health
✖️are high in fiber which improves healthy digestion
✖️have been associated with lowering the risk of cancer and diabetes ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Changing dietary habits is not easy for everyone at the beginning, especially if you aren’t used to eating greens. You can start by slowly introducing greens like kale into your breakfasts or try out this Ethiopian Collard Greens recipe with dinner tonight!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
They make a fabulous side dish to any protein or an excellent topper on a piece of toast. Not to mention, the recipe only requires three simple ingredients: collard greens, a yellow onion and Ahara Rasa’s award winning niter kibbeh ghee.
Niter Kibbeh Ghee
These Ethiopian Collard Greens are cooked in Niter Kibbeh Ghee. This clarified butter from Ahara Rasa adds flavor from fresh garlic, ginger, onions and a variety of spices. I’m currently work in the kitchen that produces this ghee here in Portland, Oregon and I can tell from first hand experience, it is some of the best quality ghee I’ve seen. #notsponsored #paidinghee
All the herbs and spices that are slowly cooked into the butter are organic and fresh. This flavor produces the most amazing smell while cooking in the kitchen and I use it on anything from veggies to meat and seafood.
If you don’t have this very specific flavor of ghee, you can use normal ghee, olive oil or any type of cooking oil. Add your own spices to give the greens some flavor, I like using garlic, ginger, red chili flakes; you really can’t go wrong!
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These Ethiopian Collard Greens are super simple to make with only 3 ingredients: greens, an onion and Niter Kibbeh Ghee!
1 tbsp Ahara Rasa Niter Kibbeh ghee
1 yellow onion
1 bunch of collard greens
salt & pepper to taste
In a heavy bottomed saucepan or cast iron skillet, add Niter Kibbeh and warm over medium heat. Add your chopped yellow onion to the pan and caramelize. Toss in roughly chopped collard greens and cook for 5-10 minutes. Season with salt and pepper to taste and enjoy!
Keywords: ethiopian, ethiopian food, collard greens, ghee, niter kibbeh