What you'll need:
Collard Greens - 2 bunches
Mustard Greens (or another bitter green) - 1 bunch
Kale ( any kind) - 2-3 bunches
A Sweet Onion
First wash the greens. I find that filling up your kitchen sink with cold water works the best.
Next pat them dry and then you can roll 4-6 leaves together and chop them or I've found that feeding them through the Cuisinart with the 2mm blade is the fastest and easiest. If my seven year old can do it than indeed you can too!
While the kid is doing that, chop up a whole sweet onion.
Next you'll sautee the onion in the pan with about 3-4 tablespoons of oil. Then add the greens, bits at a time, once the onions become translucent. It will be a lot of greens at first, so I put the lid on the pan and let them simma down, add small bits of water as needed, and then add more greens until all the greens are cooked. Steamy....
Once the greens have reduced enough that they all can fit in the pan, add a 1/2 can of coconut milk, stir together and re-cover the pan until the greens are thoroughly cooked. Next salt to taste and serve!
I had mine with curried lentils and rice.....yum.eee!