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I always set up my big saute pan with olive oil heating. Then I rinse the spinach with a strainer. I throw the spinach in the saute pan still dripping (because you need some water) and put a lid on the pan. I leave it for about 6 minutes and then take off the lid and salt and pepper. Sometimes I've already done the garlic step at the beginning with the olive oil but usually I don't use it. Sounds very similar to what you do. Maybe it was just a weird batch.
I've only cooked it w/ boiled dinner and added butter.
Do exactly what you did, but sprinkle shredded cheese in with it. I use a sharper cheese, like cheddar or swiss.
Beach (the better non-recipe cook in our family) always says with spinach (or any greens) you should also add something sweet like honey or even just sugar.BTW - I finally copied the apple bread recipe. Thanks!And also check out our blog: www.beachandsarah.blogspot.com
I steam mine. I also put artichokes in it and mushrooms. Yummy!Or I dont cook it at all and eat it on a salad.
I don't know how fancy you want to get with spinach, but the recipe below for spinach pie is excellent. I replace the cottage cheese with ricotta.http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Spinach-Pie-V/Detail.aspx
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