|Let's get this business finished, shall we?|
I de-ribbed them and cut the greens into thin ribbons, then threw 'em in a big pot with some minced garlic, a handful of water and a tablespoon of yummy coconut oil. Once they cooked down a little, I covered them and continued to cook on low with the addition of a little liquid smoke, salt and a spoonful of nutritional yeast until they were tender (if you make these, keep in mind they'll also bake in the oven for another 25 minutes).
Just in case you have no idea what I'm talking about, snoozed off or just plain forgot, here's a brief recap of this fine potluck tale: sturdy paper muffin cups were filled with a circle of sweet potato, a rousing layer of Mac 'n' Cheesie and then followed with a smoky blanket of tender collards.
|Lo! Smoky Mapled BBQ Soy Curls. Was it a potlck or a fairy tale?|
I knew I could do no wrong by topping this all off with BBQ Soy Curls, plus they're quick! At the rate I was going, I needed an out, as I was starting to develop troubled breathing along with large welts (all due to potluck adrenaline and the prospect of long blog posts).
|Pop a crust on these bitches, and you're good to go!|
I think they were my favorite layer.
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