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.See Popular Spinach Recipes
These tempting appetizers look like they're difficult to make...but they're not. They feature a spinach, onion and cheese filling simply rolled up in flaky puff pastry and sliced into pinwheels.
Served at room temperature, this delectable torta makes a beautiful presentation for a holiday or special meal. It looks complicated, but takes only 30 minutes to assemble, and you can make it ahead! Your guests will be delighted with the fabulous combination of cheese, egg, meat and vegetables all encased in flaky puff pastry.
Looking for an appetizing, meatless main dish? Try this quiche-like spinach pie in a puff pastry crust, that gets extra flavor from feta cheese and dry onion soup mix.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Fondly nicknamed "The Big Dipper," our creamy spinach dip is a party favorite--especially during the Christmas season, with spinach and pimentos blended for holiday color.
Here's an easy solution to the "What's for dinner?" dilemma. Try serving ham, turkey, cheese and spinach all wrapped up in flaky puff pastry. It's delicious!
With just a few ingredients this sauteed spinach will be ready in minutes as a perfect side dish to your main entree.
There's a reason Popeye never left home without a can of spinach. This super-food is packed with vital nutrients like iron, Vitamin A and calcium, not to mention its concentration of antioxidants. Knowing how to cook spinach means you have a host of options for preparing a variety of health-packed meals.
Spinach may be one of the first things that come to mind when we speak of the nutritional virtues of dark green leafy vegetables, which are great low-calorie sources of nutrients such as calcium, iron, and vitamins A and C. But it doesn't always top the list of foods people--especially kids--look forward to eating. The trick to making this "super food" a popular dish at your dinner table is knowing how to make spinach delicious and appealing to even the pickiest of eaters.
A savory filling inside pizza dough makes these pretty rolls very easy to prepare.
Hugh Acheson (an F&W Best New Chef 2002) of Five & Ten restaurant and Gosford Wine in Athens, Georgia, flavors shallots with butter and Pinot Gris to create a sauce for scallops: "Pinot Gris loves shellfish," he says.
Frozen gnocchi and perfectly seasoned sauce take the guesswork out of a smart evening meal, cooked all in the same saucepot. This is a terrific dish to share at a potluck.
Bored with the same old egg dishes at brunch? Try this combination of spinach, eggs, and a mustard vinaigrette.
Everyone will eat and enjoy their spinach when you serve it this way. Just a little onion, garlic and chicken broth makes all the difference.
Swanson® Chicken Broth is the secret to making a quick and delicious homemade soup featuring sweet Italian sausage and fresh spinach.