Sauteed Spinach

Two cups of spinach contain enough micronutrients to cover 50% of your daily needs. Spinach is packed with dietary fiber and it’s high in protein. Top it up with olive oil and you have a fantastic meal all on its own. To upgrade it, serve it with roasted tofu or eggs.

For this recipe we recommend you use frozen spinach - you can take it directly from the freezer. Using fresh spinach for sauteing is just wasteful, save it for salads instead. Keep a bag or two of frozen spinach in your freezer and you can always make this dish at any time.

If you are using cold pressed olive oil you don’t want it to sit in the pan for too long. Add it at the end of cooking.

Sauteed Spinach Recipe by DAREBEE
INGREDIENTS
1lb (450g) frozen spinach
2 onions
½ teaspoon salt
½ tablespoon olive oil
Makes 2 portions
123 Calories per portion
Protein 7.3g
Carbohydrates 18g
Fat 4.4g
Fiber 7g
Calcium 236mg
Iron 6mg
Potassium 1347mg

1Peel and dice the onion.

2Combine the onions and spinach in a large pan. Salt, cover with a lid and saute at high heat for 5 minutes. Remove the lid and saute for another 10 minutes or until all the water evaporates.

3Add olive oil, mix and serve. Goes well with fried egg or roasted tofu.

Sauteed Spinach Recipe by DAREBEE
Sauteed Spinach Recipe by DAREBEE
Sauteed Spinach Recipe by DAREBEE
Sauteed Spinach Recipe by DAREBEE
Sauteed Spinach Recipe by DAREBEE