Spinach Preparation How to wash/boil/freeze/popular recipesSpinach is in season in winter. High in iron, folic acid, and dietary fiber, spinach is also known as the "king of green and yellow vegetables" for its high nutritional value. Check out the preparation of spinach! We will introduce how to wash, boil, freeze and store spinach, as well as popular recipes (how to cook). For more details, click the link in the text!
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washspinach How to wash spinach We introduce the following. Place the root in a large bowl of water, and lightly scrub and sprinkle the spinach. By spreading the stems out while washing, dirt that has accumulated at the base can be easily removed.
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boil spinach in the microwaveHow to boil spinach in the microwave How to boil spinach in the microwave You don't have to take out a pot and boil water. Wrap the whole thing in plastic wrap and microwave (500W-600W) for 1 minute 30 seconds!
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boil spinach in a frying panHow to boil spinach using a frying pan Boil spinach in a frying pan in 1 minute and 30 seconds in a microwave. It boils up crisp and colorful. It is easier than boiling spinach in a frying pan because you need less water!
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boil spinach in a pan How to boil spinach in a pot How to boil spinach in a pot The key is to bundle them with rubber bands! After boiling, put it in ice water (or cold water) to remove the scum, and pull it up as soon as it cools down.
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How to Store Spinach
FrozenHow to store spinach in frozen form How to store spinach in the freezer Spinach, which becomes more delicious in winter when it is in season, can be conveniently frozen after boiling! Cut into small pieces, wrap in plastic wrap, place in a freezer bag, and freeze until air is removed.
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Popular! Easy recipe for Spinachwith
Eggs: No oil and low in calories Simmered Egg Droppings No oil and low in calories This is a recipe for "Egg Drop Boiled with Spinach" that uses less oil and calories! This is a healthy side dish that is moist spinach mixed with a melted egg. It is easy to prepare, as all you have to do is cut the ingredients and simmer them.
Ingredients (for 1 person )
Spinach 50g (1.76oz) (about 1/4 bunch)
Egg 1 egg
Shiitake mushroom 1 piece
Granulated dashi stock 1/2 tsp
Soy sauce Less than 1 tsp
Mirin Less than 1 tsp
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Salmon and Spinach
Simmered in Soy Milk"Salmon and Spinach
Simmered in Soy MilkSalmon and Spinach in Soy Milk This dish is a combination of salmon and spinach in soymilk. The soy milk adds a mildness to the rich Japanese flavor of the miso and soy sauce base.
Ingredients (for 2 persons )
Fresh salmon 2 slices
Salt A pinch of salt
Spinach 1/2 a handful
Ginger A sprinkle
Water and soy milk 1/2 cup
Sake 2 tablespoons
Soy sauce and mirin 1 tablespoon
Miso 1 teaspoon
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Stir-fried Pork Belly and Spinach with Miso MayoA quick and easy side dish using pork belly and spinach. Stir-fried Pork Belly and Spinach with Miso Mayo This dish has a rich flavor and is easy to make with rice. The rich flavor makes it a great side dish that goes well with rice. It is also recommended as a side dish for days when you are short on time.
Ingredients (Serves 2 )
Pork Belly 200g (7.05oz)
Spinach 1 bag
Salt & pepper A little
Mayonnaise 2 tablespoons
Miso & Sake 1 tablespoon
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