In Japan, this simple dish is often served cold. Try it as a first-course salad or as a side for salmon. Grinding the sesame seeds for the dressing brings out their nutty flavor and toasty aroma.
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Delicious! If it weren't for having to press the moisture out of the spinach I would give it 5 stars. I served it as a cold side to red miso glazed salmon and got nothing but raves. We ate it all. I wished I had made more!
Simple, nutritious, easy-- and delicious! The toasty nutty sesame dressing with just a tiny hint of sweet is perfect over the spinach. I think I ate the whole recipe's worth of spinach myself-- I can practically feel my muscles bulging!
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