Mustard Greens


1 bunch

These curly greens are from the same plant we cultivate to make traditional brown french mustard. As such, the leaves pack a big, peppery flavor, similar to that of mustard, that stands up to cooking but is also delightful raw. Cook southern style with bacon and onions; sauté with garlic and olive oil; simmer in Italian soups; add to lasagna or stuffed shells.

Gently wrap in paper towels and store loosely in a reusable plastic bag in the crisper drawer for up to 5 days.