Chicken & Sausage Etouffee Collard Green Wraps

Etouffee has such a rich creole flavor that I love, mostly over rice served with a side of vegetable. One day, my local grocery store had the prettiest collard greens and i wanted to do something different than the norm. I had some leftovers etouffee sauce and rice so, I deciced to make a steamed wrap with the collard greens. It was delicious. In the near further, I plan to do a Jamaican and Texas BBQ version.

  • Fresh Whole Collard Green Leaves
  • Rice
  • Etouffee sauce (add any type of protein)
  • Broth ( Chicken)
  1. Warm a pot of water on stove that will fit collard green leaves. Blanch collard greens in hot water
  2. Once the leaves are able to bend without beaking, put in cold water and put aside to drain
  3. Combind rice and etouffee sauce ( Put about 1 cup of sauce to the side)
  4. Put about 1/2 cup of the sauce in the bottom of the baking pan. If sauce is too thick, use broth to thinning.
  5. Put filling towars the skinniest part of collard greens in the center
  6. Fold in the edges so that they overlap and roll. Repeat until baking pan if full
  7. Pour the remain of the sauce on the top of the collard green wraps
  8. Bake for 30-45 mins until tender to preference


Published by IslandSpiceKitchen

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