£3£1.07 per 100g
FLAVOUR IS A FRONTIER
Natoora Organic British Collard Greens
- Highly versatile winter green with a robust flavour unlike any other brassica.
- These are the only organically grown collard greens grown commercially in the UK. Leaves are pungent and have a meaty structure to hold up to long slow cooking.
- The sugars in the white veins are elevated when cooked and the vibrant green leaves are packed full of nutrients.
- Grown without any chemical intervention, this untempered cultivation forces this hardy green to grow slowly, concentrating sugars in its white veins and robust outer leaves.
- As the temperatures drop, those sugars will intensify as the plant holds on to nutrients to nourish itself through winter.
Take it further
- Slowly braised in rich tomato sauce.
- Blanched, stuffed with rice and herbs.
Natoora's radical approach to seasonal sourcing is shaping the future of food
- We are revolutionising the food system.
- We work direct with growers who value flavour, biodiversity and heritage over yield.
- We give them the support they need to build a better future for food, rooted in small scale, sustainable agriculture that gives back to our planet.
Country of Origin
OrganicSuitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 2 days excluding delivery day.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (50)
I had tried these once before when on holiday in Orlando and found them to be very tasty. I looked up different recipes on how to cook them and all said to remove the green leaves from the white stalks. I used a pressure cooker for 6 minutes for these with 2 medium onions quartered and 8 garlic cloves peeled and left whole and a vegetable stock cube. They came out perfect and were unique in flavour and they are not bitter at all. I will definitely buy again
Loved these collard greens - such a great change from pointed cabbage.
Nice large leaves
Lovely large fresh leaves. Nice fresh flavour. Happy with the product and on repeat purchase.
looks great but no flavor
I tend to think cabbage has some strong smell and wish it were milder. This veg is basically flavorless cabbage. Looks wonderfully robust but no taste or flavour. I liked it in soup but shallow frying didnt quite work. Will go back to normal cabbage now.
So-O happy, this green veg has tempted me for far too long in the American movies in scenes of Thanksgiving. There's always that bowl of freshly cooked Collards being passed round. Tried them in a diner in Covent Garden and they tasted great. These leaves were a bit tough and needed more boiling than cabbage but still absolutely delicious. Mine were bought late September so needed extra cooking (20mins).
Lovely mild flavour, my husband and children are very fussy about greens but these got the thumbs up.