Recipe

South in a Pot Soup from Taste of Home

This is perfect for these cold winter days.

I found this in Taste of Home magazine a few years ago. While I don’t find many of their recipes fit my family’s needs, I do find a winner once in a while.

However, skip the canola oil. Use lard, butter, coconut oil, or beef tallow instead.

The sweet potato in this recipe gives it a wonderful flavor.

You can use other greens besides collards. I often use chard or kale that I have grown in my garden and frozen.

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