If you're anything like us, you buy a tub of spinach on the weekly grocery run and sadly throw a handful into salads or smoothies as the week goes by. We're all missing out!
Turns out spinach is great in a variety of dishes and in a few different cooking methods: melted into a delectable and indulgent dip, broiled in a spicy side dish, swirled into a rich soup. Click on for recipes.
Healthy all around, this quinoa crust pizza with spinach and mozzarella cheese won't make you feel guilty at all. The crust is nutty and chewy, the spinach adds a pop of color and herbal flavor, and the mozzarella is gooey, ooey, delicious!
Ana Quincoces created this sweet and savory salad, featuring "eye-healthy" spinach and Brussels sprouts, for Transitions Lenses at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival. Ana further enhanced these good-for-you ingredients with crumbled bacon and gorgonzola, toasted walnuts and sweet-tart dried apricots.
Why use one cheese when you can use two? That's what we always say. These creamy and crunchy taquitos are stuffed with a filling of shredded chicken, tangy sour cream, sharp cheddar cheese, and grassy spinach sauteed in garlic. Then they're fried until golden, warm, and perfect.
This Spicy Cubanelle Spinach Dip with Crispy Bacon is bound to be a family favorite. Loaded with garlic, Cubanelle pepper, cheddar cheese, pepper jack cheese and red pepper flakes, all you need is a loaf or two of crusty bread to get the party started.