June 10th, 2014

Mustard Greens

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Mustard Greens by Early Morning Farm CSA

This leafy green is a member of the brassica family, and the whole plant is edible including the stems and seeds.  In our CSA Shares you’ll find the long thick-stemmed leaves which are similar in taste to turnip greens and best steamed, braised, or sautéed.  Mustard greens have peppery flavor and add a mild spicy flavor to most dishes.


Storage

Store in a loosely wrapped plastic bag in the refrigerator.


Preparation

Wash thoroughly using a salad spinner to remove any lingering dirt.  Remove stems, if they are tough.  Tear or chop leaves into bite-sized pieces for steaming, braising, and sautéing.


Recipes

Mustard Greens & Soba Noodles in Miso Dressing

Miso Noodle Soup with Delicata Squash

Cider Marinated Pork Chops with Wilted Greens

Cider Marinated Tempeh with Wilted Greens

Chipotle Mustard Greens

Washing and Storing Greens

Curried Mustard Greens and Lentils

Greens with Ginger and Sesame Seeds

Greens, Heirloom Tomato, and Lima Bean Soup


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