How to Make Collard Greens Kenyan Style

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This delicious African style recipe was given to
me by my good friend Tosha whose husband
is from Kenya.
This is a delicious and unique vegetarian recipe
that not only adds a rich, nutty, buttery taste
to collard greens but the peanut butter also
adds some much needed protein for vegetarians. No matter if you live as far south as Texas or Georgia or as far North as New York or you might be in California on the West Coast or anywhere in-between or around the world ….. you’re gonna love this!

16 thoughts on “How to Make Collard Greens Kenyan Style

  1. Can’t wait to try! Yummy!! I’m so use to boiling them and adding ranch powder and onion and bacon grease and ham ! This will be fun to try!

    1. Hey there M. Jordan yes, me too, I’m always on the look out for something new. My taste buds get bored very easily. I find these very enjoyable and welcomed them into my vegetable rotation. SideNote: I don’t always cook them as soft and tender as I did on the video. They are good also with just a little bite. But you check them out at different stages of doneness and see how you like them. Thanks for watching. Blessings.

  2. Meso you didn’t make me a bowl 😀 I will be trying this also thank you Meso for sharing.

    1. Hey there Ms Shantay …… there is nothing I would like more than to share a bowl of these sweet, nutty greens with you. Be sure to come back and let me know how they turn out. Thanks for watching. Blessings.

  3. Looks great, I will try it with Almond Butter. Thanks for posting!

    1. Hey there MTD ……. all I can say is yum! That sounds interestingly good. When you try it please come back and let me know how they turned out. Blessings

  4. this is definitely a new Twist on collard greens. my sister you rock big time.

    1. Hello Ray Mack, yes this indeed is a real departure from how we normally eat collard greens and the sweet buttery taste is a surprise. Thank you for watching my brother. Blessings

  5. oh wow im definitely into african style cooking. thanks for the video cant wait to try this.

    1. Hi there Michelle, I’m glad you enjoyed this video. Thank you for watching and taking the time to comment. Blessings.

  6. I love it. We are from Uganda and we add a little bit of water to the peanut paste to make it have some soup. It’s also reaaly tasty to add some small peppers.
    Thanks for making this dish get some recognition off the continent. Blessings lioness

    1. Dready Bear, I thank you and consider it a huge seal of approval if you, being from Uganda, like it. Thank you and many blessing to you.

    2. Meso Making It We are proud to see American Africans cooking like your cousins from the Motherland. 🤗

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