Yum, love spinach and this was a nice and easy way to eat it. Thanks! Made for the Greens game in the Diabetic forum. :D
This is an excellent simple recipe and so good for you! I serve with precooked chicken breast slices.
For history buffs, this was Michael Angelo's favorite dish, but , with a few changes.
Olive oil, crushed garlic cloves (the more the better), fresh leafy spinach (rinsed), and a sprinkle of coarsely ground salt. All these simple ingredients cooked in that order make an absolutely fantastic AND healthy side dish. I sometimes make it a main dish with a really good, crusty loaf of bread and a glass of wine....mmmmmmm.
It just goes to show that with only a few ingredients one can prepare a magical, memorable dish. I made a small batch of this to go with our scrambled eggs for breakfast yesterday. It was a winning combination. For the oil, I chose Spectrum's regular sesame oil (not toasted) and only lightly wilted the baby spinach about 10-15 seconds. My husband has requested I make this again very soon! Reviewed for Veg Tag February. Thanks for posting!
What a winner! Quick and healthy with tons of yummy garlic and sesames. Made using four cloves of garlic and a heaping tablespoon of sesames. Thanks AndI for the yummy post.
I love cooking spinach this way. I use alot more garlic (10 cloves) because we love it so. I could easily eat this all by myself but I did share with hubby. Yummy!!!
What a treat ! Love spinach - love this recipe. Garlic goes so well with spinach - I used 4 large cloves Mmmm Thanks Andi for another do again recipe.
This is very good! I left the stems on just because I forgot to cut them off :) but it was still great! I did add extra salt but other than that it didn't need anything else. Made for ZWT6-Asia Diabetic Challenge.
Oh yum! I used a green from the farmer's market that was said to be a lot like spinach but takes the heat better and this was a wonderful way to prepare it. I only wish I had more!
Amazingly easy and delicious! Love all that garlic! I used less oil and more sesame. I served this to two but I could have eaten the whole batch myself - thanks for sharing your recipe!