I've made spinach with garlic before, but the addition of soy sauce was new to me. I winged this a bit, as I was making just enough for me - perhaps 6 oz of fresh spinach, 2 cloves of garlic, and just a few drops of soy sauce - but you could tell it was there. Forgot about the sugar, will have to try that next time. A delicious side dish for literally just a few minutes of effort.
This is a great way to eat spinach. It's great with the soy sauce. I used the sugar cause it's not a lot. Thanks Lynette :) Made for Photo tag game
Love the simplicity of this spinach dish and how it results in pure goodness. The spinach natural flavor really comes through and it makes for a great side. Thank you breezermom for sharing.
A nice, simple Asian side dish. I used fish sauce instead of soy sauce, just because I love the stuff. The twist worked well for me. The spinach tasted great alongside the Thai chicken I made!! [Made and reviewed for PRMR]
I'm guilty of adding sliced vidalias and some left over mushrooms. We really enjoyed the flavor, the soy sauce gave a unique taste. The spinach I used was rather old and seemed tough so I will try this again using that baby spinach. Thanks.
Very simple, very good and TENDER, thumbs up all around. The garlic was noticeable, the soy sauce and sugar not so much. DH and stepson said, "You ARE going to make this again, aren't you!" Used the 14" wok and the 2.5 lb pack of fresh spinach from Costco, and had to add the fresh spinach in stages. Three people left NO leftovers. Next time, I will use the 16" wok. Personally, I would like more soy sauce next time. I did not have the patience to remove all the stems from my pre-washed spinach leaves, and I was happy with the result. Made for Summer Photo Tag game.