Servings: six as a first course, four as a main course.
When buying spinach, look for leaves that are uniformly green and crisp. Avoid those that are wilted, excessively wet, or yellowed. Fresh spinach can be quite gritty, especially the larger bundled leaves, so wash it very carefully.
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I’ve always improvised spinach salad. No more. This is better.
Delicious and easy-- veg-averse husband loved it, but kid said it's spinach and to heck with it. Ha, more for mom and dad.
My 12-year old son LOVES this. I love that it is so easy and so darn tasty!
everyone loves this including the kids
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