Greek Spinach

Greek Spinach created by PaulaG

I love spinach and I'm always looking for new ways to cook it. I found this while working at a Greek diner.

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  • Cook spinach according to directions, but add the onions to the sauce pan.
  • Drain well, squeezing out as much moisture as possible.
  • Add remaining ingredients, expect feta.
  • Stir until well combined.
  • Sprinkle with feta and toss to combine.
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"I love spinach and I'm always looking for new ways to cook it. I found this while working at a Greek diner."
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  1. Vivicia O.
    I didn't measure anything and used fresh spinach. This tastes just as good as I've had in restaurants & I didn't even add the cheese.
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  2. mama smurf
    What a very tasty dish! I made as directed only using fresh spinach for the frozen. I love the mixture all together especially with the feta cheese that melted on top...we ate it all. Thank you for posting. Made for Mays Diabetic Forum Greens for Spring 2012.
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  3. yvettemryan
    This was great! I used 2 tablespoons of lemon juice because I lacked zest. Next time I plan to use chopped onion because my boyfriend does not share my enthusiasm for pearl onions.
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  4. messystation
    I used a diced onion instead of the pearl onion and topped with tzatziki sauce. Mmmmmmm
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  5. messystation
    I used a diced onion instead of the pearl onion and topped with tzatziki sauce. Mmmmmmm
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