You can eat spinach for breakfast, snacks, appetizers, lunch, and dinner. Using a variety of cooking procedures and a number of flavorings, you can create some amazing meals.
Gomae (Japanese-style Spinach Salad)
Gomae is a Japanese spinach salad drizzled with sesame dressing and it’s a nutritious vegetable side dish that fits well with every meal. It’s made with blanched spinach and a flavorful nutty sesame dressing. It’s greatly simple and fast to make, and it compliments well with any Japanese foods. Not to say, it is regularly included to a bento lunch giving a decent appetizing green color to the meal.
Creamed spinach with pan-fried Indian cottage cheese (paneer) chunks is a delightful vegetarian delicacy. Warming curry spices, coconut milk richness, and spinach simmered together into a wonderfully thick sauce. Prepare your naan or rice for this green goodness.
Chicken Florentine Phyllo Pie
A creamy, cheesy, and delightful chicken and spinach concoction enveloped between crisp and flaky phyllo layers. This is simply divine. This pie is one of those last-minute, fridge-cleaning recipes. It’s really adaptable and can be made in a variety of ways to fit whatever you have in your fridge. Whatever the outcome is, it will be wonderful. Absolutely filling.
Green Rice Casserole
This casserole is a simple toss-it-all-in-the-oven type of dish. With spinach and peppers, this creamy, cheesy delight may become your new favorite way to get extra spinach into your diet. This has all the makings of being the perfect side dish for the impending holiday occasions. It might also be made into a main course by incorporating any kind of protein.