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    Friends and family who would formerly never eat spinach absolutely love this quick and easy soup. Instant chicken noodle soup mix, frozen spinach, and a simplified white sauce are a dynamite combination. It can easily be made more rich by adding cream or extra eggs, thicker with additional flour, or lightened up with skim milk and omitting the egg. It's also been made with only one packet of soup and a little less flour, and you can be REALLY fancy and make a proper white sauce with butter, milk and flour if you have a lot of time. The proportions/recipe are very forgiving. The recipe originally came from a friend of my mother's in the 1980s, and we called it "Swamp Soup" when we accidentally used a package of frozen whole leaf spinach instead of the chopped variety!

    Recipe #365385

    6 Reviews |  By MerBot

    The olives really make this dip - don't omit them! :) I'm a diehard carnivore, but I was going to a potluck and wanted to bring a cheap, egg-free, dairy-free dish in case there were allergies or vegetarians there. I took about six recipes off the Internet, combined them and added a few more things, and it was great! I let it sit in the fridge for two days and just re-mixed it before serving. At the potluck, there was not a single vegetarian there, and they all liked this dip. Cayenne and grated carrot would probably be great in this and make it a more "traditional" spinach dip. You may want to start with less garlic if you're not a big fan.

    Recipe #268511


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