Top Rated Spinach Recipes

Tara Fisher
A lot of people are put off spinach as kids, partly because it is a bit strong for some children’s palates, partly because it is often murdered in the kitchen, and partly because the adults go on about how healthy it is. If this applies to you, think again. Popeye was right—spinach is good for you, being rich in iron, Vitamin A, and antioxidants—but it is also one of the tastiest vegetables around. It goes particularly well with cheese, as in this scrumptious tart.The Meat Free Monday Cookbook edited by Annie Rigg © 2016 Kyle Books, and the photographs © Tara Fisher. Hardcover edition originally published in April 2012. No images may be used, in print or electronically, without written consent from the publisher.
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Turkish Spinach
Here's a quick and easy side dish that's packed with nutrients. A simple topping of Greek yogurt, garlic, olive oil, and red pepper flakes sets this side dish apart from other versions of sautéed spinach. See all spinach recipes.
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The 'smart alecs' might say this is simple - "just buy it in Italy" - and it is true that Italian fresh spinach holds its form and doesnt cook into a mushy mess like some lesser breeds, but these are some tricks to get the best out of whatever you can get your hands on. If you wash the leaves, dry them in a salad spinner so you don't have extra moisture For the perfect balance of flavor, add a dash of fresh nutmug, a squeeze of lemon, and a pinch of sea salt Perfect spinach is spinach that's been cooked just as it wilts, so take precaution because it turns in a matter of seconds Pour out any excess water from cooking, as it ruins the flavor To read more tips on cooking and to learn more about Nudo products, visit their website.
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"None of the kids at your table will be complaining about eating their vegetables after they’ve tried this recipe. The most delicious spinach I’ve ever made, and the prep time is almost non-existent. It’s great as an appetizer or side, and you can add artichokes or mushrooms for a tasty surprise!" — Julie Benz
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Special Spinach Salad
What makes this spinach salad special? 1. Pomegranate seeds 2. Crumbled feta 3. BACON! 
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Spinach Lasagna
Looking for a delicious, vegetarian lasagna for dinner? Then stop looking now. Using no-boil lasagna noodles cuts down on cooking time, and a mixture of nonfat cottage cheese, part-skim mozzarella, and freshly grated Parmesan keeps the calories down while upping the flavor factor.
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Forget about ordering a side salad with your slice — you can just pile your greens right on top instead. This combo features blue-cheese crumbles, which add a big kick of robust flavor for a fraction of the fat you'd get from a standard mozzarella-loaded piece. And best of all, there's zero cooking required.
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This cranberry salad is perfect for the hoildays and as a light dinner or side dish. 
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Strawberry-Spinach Salad with Champagne Dressing
I love this salad, as it is highly satisfying, which many salads fail to be. The combination of canola oil and almonds provide just enough of the "right" fat to leave you satisfied and full without offering too many calories from fat. The homemade dressing is also easy to put together and delicious witthout the added salt, sugar, or fat that would come from a bottled dressing. Lastly, this salad gets high marks from me for the nutrient-rich spinach and strawberries. This easy-to-prepare, power-packed combination provides the rich color, fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants we need to round out a nutritious meal. See all spinach recipes.
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This baby spinach salad is dressed in raspberry vinaigrette and tossed with fresh strawberries, almonds, and creamy goat cheese. What could be more simple and delightful?
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Creamy Spinach Bake
Eat your greens in the most indulgent way with this golden-topped, baked creamed spinach.This recipe is courtesy of The Kitchn.
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