Packed with iron, vitamin A, and calcium, spinach is a tasty way for vegetarians to add essential nutrients to their diet. Try these irresistible vegetarian dishes for soups, salads, and pastas that give spinach a boost.
Packaged prewashed spinach and your microwave oven are the secrets behind this 15-minute wilted salad.
Grain salads can sometimes be a bit heavy, but this one is surprisingly light-tasting, thanks to a tangy yogurt-mint dressing, crisp apple chunks and fresh spinach.
This flaky pastry is studded with healthy vegetables, tomatoes, and cheese. Spraying the phyllo sheets with nonstick spray keeps the strudel flaky but low in fat.
This quick vegetable side dish soup is high in fiber and vitamin A.
Black beans add fiber and protein to this low calorie, vegetarian main dish salad.
This easy casserole is hiding three kinds of cheese under the vegetables! Eat as a light meal on its own or pair with a piece of grilled chicken, salmon or steak.
For holiday menus, reach for fresh pecans, which are at their peak during fall and winter. They add richness to many recipes, including this side dish.
This low-calorie side dish recipe is easy to prepare in the microwave. Vinegar and herbs provide added flavor.
Shape this appetizer tart freehand on a baking sheet for a casual, country-style look; for a chic, uptown spin, use a tart pan.
Pipe cream puff pastry around spoonfuls of spinach and herb cheese filling to create this outstanding holiday appetizer.
This succulent take on the classic Greek snack gets its rich flavor from feta cheese and spinach. Phyllo dough dries very quickly so keep sheets covered until needed.