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Garlicky Quick-Cooked Collard Ribbons
This speedy side is a vegetarian (vegan, even) version of the Brazilian dish known as couve à mineira, which often is flavored with smoky bits of meat. The collards are cut so thinly that their cooking time is a mere two minutes and their finished texture is tender-crisp, giving the dish a slaw-like quality. Couve à mineira is the traditional accompaniment to the Brazilian bean-and-meat stew called feijoada; we think the greens are a great side to barbecued or grilled meats or beans of any kind.
bunch (1 pound) collard greens, stemmed, leaves halved lengthwise
mini sweet red peppers OR ½ medium red bell pepper, stemmed and thinly sliced