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.See Popular Vegetarian Spinach Recipes
Save valuable time by putting together the casserole, covering and refrigerating it to bake later to everyone's delight.
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.
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10 minutes to the table! A sweet citrus dressing complements fruity spinach salad.
The goat cheese and pasta water create a creamy sauce for the mushrooms in this vegetarian casserole.
Packaged prewashed spinach and your microwave oven are the secrets behind this 15-minute wilted salad.
The spinach filling in these fatayer, inspired by a recipe from Palestinian-born baker Maha Ziadeh, isn't flavored with feta, as it is in the more common Greek spinach pies. Instead, it's spiked with lemon and sumac, a tangy Middle Eastern spice. Ziadeh forms the pies into a triangle, but the half-moon shape here is simpler to do.
Fusilli works best here, but a short, ridged pasta like penne rigate would also work well.
Black beans add fiber and protein to this low calorie, vegetarian main dish salad.
Canned chickpeas are often used in salads or hummus, but Grace Parisi roasts them here with eggplant, prewashed spinach, and onion to make a great vegetarian main course.
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.