Raw spinach is a favorite in salads. But spinach is equally as delicious when cooked as part of a recipe for quiche, lasagna, or a delightful dip.
A savory filling inside pizza dough makes these pretty rolls very easy to prepare.
Bored with the same old egg dishes at brunch? Try this combination of spinach, eggs, and a mustard vinaigrette.
This spinach side dish includes chopped onion and garlic sauteed with butter. The spinach is tossed with cream and dusted with nutmeg.
Get a head start on these impressive appetizers by preparing and freezing unbaked slices. To serve, bake the frozen slices as directed.
These spinach and turkey lasagna rosettes are topped with creamy Swiss cheese sauce for an easy yet elegant weeknight main dish recipe.
The rub mixture of basil, oregano and parsley adds a wonderful flavor to the roast chicken. Follow the make-ahead tips for an easy entertaining entree.
This rich tasting vegetable casserole recipe is made with half-and-half and creme fraiche.
This main dish meatless pie is good for dinner; serve with a tossed green salad.
This double crust meat pie hides a cheesy sausage filling. Serve it for dinner with a tossed green salad.
Make this salad a standout by giving jellied cranberry sauce a festive touch by creating tiny stars or other shapes using hors d'oeuvre cutters.
Mexican in style but Italian in flavor, these hearty egg-filled tortillas make an excellent breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
This easy pasta main dish recipe will add a little pizzaz to your dinner table. The mix of spinach, beans, veggies, and cheese is ready in less than 30 minutes.
No time to make your own pastry? Use a rolled refrigerated, unbaked pie crust instead to speed up the preparation time for this delicious breakfast pie.
Top white-fleshed fish with spinach and cornbread stuffing and drape with the rich cheddar cheese sauce.
Here's an updated version of the tuna sandwich, made with spinach and cheese and wrapped in crescent roll dough.
With the make-ahead directions, you can prepare the phyllo rolls up to 3 months before the party, then bake them just before your guests arrive.