How To Cook Collard On A Gas Grill
Ever thought of grilling collards. Might sound a bit unusual, but collards can be grilled easily on a gas grill on the terrace and believe it or not there would not be any disappointments. For instructions on how to do it right, just read on…
Steps to Cook Collard on a Gas Grill
- Clean collard greens in cold water.
- Preheat the gas grill to high temperature.
- Take a large pot of water and add salt to it.
- Bring water to boil and then put the collard leaves in the boiling water.
- Let collard leaves blanch for around 2 minutes.
- Take out the leaves and immerse in cold water to arrest cooking process.
- Stack about 9 to 10 collard leaves on the grill and let cook for about 4 minutes each on both sides.
- Once grilled, place the grilled collard leaves on the cutting board and chop them.
- Serve seasoned with salt and pepper.
Tips to Cook Collard on a Gas Grill
- Remove the collard leaves from the stalk and separate them prior to washing and grilling.
- Do not overcook or burn the leaves since they become unpalatable.
- Gas grilling is a fire hazard and hence take required precautions.
- Do not leave collard on the grill alone, be there supervise.
Cook collard on a gas grill on a cool autumn afternoon and enjoy piping hot healthy greens with family and friends.