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This spinach side dish includes chopped onion and garlic sauteed with butter. The spinach is tossed with cream and dusted with nutmeg.
With the turkey, the gravy, the stuffing and mashed potatoes, there's not a lot of color on the Thanksgiving table. This creamed spinach brings some bright green color and excellent nutrition.
This is lighter than traditional creamed spinach. You can turn it into a spinach gratin by pouring on a little additional cream, topping with a mixture of grated Parmesan and Gruyere, and baking until browned and the pan is bubbling. When squeezing the spinach, save the last tablespoons of green juice to flavor soup.
A delicious and simple side dish. This accompanies a Smithfield Ham perfectly for holiday meals, but can easily be whipped up for a weeknight dinner.
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EatingWell's updated version of creamed spinach has a low-in-fat cream sauce that's rich with Parmesan cheese and nutmeg.
When if comes to Thanksgiving dinner, certain things may be non-negotiable: turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and gravy, for example. But you want your guests to leave the table sated and singing your praises yet not collapsing on the couch in a calorie-induced coma. So, instead of filling out the menu with calorie-laden side dishes, balance the heavier, richer things on the menu with lighter, more refreshing options.
The two most important pantry items aren't staples in the ordinary sense. One, demi-glace, is expensive and "French;" the other, heavy cream, is expensive and fattening. Nevertheless, you should always keep them on hand.