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WOW! This was super yummy! I halved the recipe since I was the only one eating it. I used baby spinach for this. I wish I had made the whole thing, as tonight I had it as a leftover and it was even better as all of the flavors mingled together. Made for the Variety Event 2014.

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AcadiaTwo May 20, 2014

Very yummy! I used swiss chard & onion the 1st time around. I have it on this week's menu to use leeks & frozen spinach! (will get back to you on that one) A bit of work with the washing, draining & such of the fresh greens but tasty stuff. Made for Variety is the Spice of Life Event 2014. Thank you!<br/><br/>Even better is using leeks & frozen spinach. And much easier since a step is skipped. Also, instead of simmering in chicken broth then adding butter, I just sauteed the leeks in butter. The best spinach dish I have ever had. No joke. It's the leeks...leeks are the yummiest things around. Thank you!!

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Elmotoo May 31, 2014

Very tasty. I used fresh baby spinach and added some chopped pre-cooked bacon. Made for variety is the spice of life.

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sheepdoc May 19, 2014
Braised Spinach and Onion (With Variations)