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Sukuma Wiki Collard Greens African Food Recipe

Sukuma Wiki Collard Greens African Food Recipe
African Collard Greens

Sukuma Wiki is a favorite Collard Greens dish to serve with any number of American and African dishes.




Collard Greens

Where does collard greens originate from; collard greens are not actually an inginous African vegetable, they are a northern European green vegetable. The word collard is a corruption of the German kohlwort, meaning any cabbage with no head.

How to Make Sukuma Wiki Collard Greens


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Culture and food of Africa would not be complete without including the African food recipe Sukuma Wiki Collard Greens. In the African Great Lakes region and many parts of East Africa, sukuma wiki or collard greens is a common dish.

Sukuma Wiki Collard Greens

Serves 6
Sukuma Wiki Collard Greens African Food Recipe
Cooking for the village
African food


Ingredients
2 pounds collard greens, chopped
1 cup vegetable broth
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 large white onion, chopped
3 ripe tomatoes, chopped
Salt to taste 

Directions
In a large pot, add oil heat on medium high then add onions saute 2 minutes. Add greens and vegetable broth, stir well, cover and cook until greens are soft, 20 minutes. Add tomatoes and salt, cook covered 5 minutes. 


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