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March 30, 2006

Spinach delight

by Hokuma Karimova, Foreign Desk Editor
Although not many people enjoy eating spinach, this dish has the power to change minds. Rich with vitamins and minerals, along with other good-for-you ingredients, this plate will make your taste buds tingle. In addition, the fried onions and eggs make the dish much tastier than you ever though it could be.

Preparation time: 20 minutes Serving size: 4

Spinach has never been this tasty. Hokuma Karimova
Spinach has never been this tasty.

Kitchenware:
- 1 cutting board
- 1 pan
- 1 skillet
- 1 knife


Ingredients:
- 1 bag of spinach
- 3 eggs
- 1 stick of butter
- 1 onion
- pepper/salt (depending on preference)


Procedure:
1. Fill up bowl with water

2. Chop up 1 bag of spinach into small pieces on a cutting board and add into the pan with water

3. Once water begins to boil, take the bowl off the gas plate

4. Drain the water from the bowl with spinach, then dry the spinach by patting it dry with a paper towel

5. Heat butter on a skillet until melted

6. Chop onion into little pieces on a chopping board

7. Put the chopped onions into the skillet and fry

8. Once the onions have fried, break the 3 eggs on top of them and mix the substance in the skillet

9. Then add the dried up spinach into the skillet and mix the items

10. Serve!









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  • Jon B on April 1, 2006 at 3:33 PM
    Quick Thing: Fresh Spinach really shrinks down when it's cooked. It may not do that here, given that its being boiled, but it is still something to think about. Could frozen spinach be used as well?
  • :) on June 4, 2006 at 11:07 AM
    frozen spinach would never have a much flavor as actual spinach... plus frozen/reheated spinach would lose a lot of nutrients.
  • blah on December 10, 2006 at 3:11 PM
    im sorry but that spinach lookds disgusting
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