TIL Theodore Roosevelt's daughter Alice had a pet snake named Emily Spinach. She liked to carry it around the White House in her purse and take it out at unexpected moments. mentalfloss.com/amazingfa…
I made Kronk's Spinach Puffs from the Emperor's new groove
Breakfast time! Gluten free everything bagel, just egg, beyond sausage, spinach, violife cheddar, pickled onions, sprouts, sriracha Mayo 💕
Salami, pepperoni and mozzarella w/tomato, spinach and basil, on tiger bread.
Figured my wife's hippie-ass breakfast cleanse pudding belongs here. Banana, spinach and chia.
200 Calorie Servings of Turkey Spinach Lasagna
[Homemade] White chicken lasagna! Tons of Parmesan, mozzarella and ricotta. Spinach, roasted garlic, and 5 layers of noodles.
Bacon Spinach Chicken Alfredo
My boyfriend is a massive lover of chicken but I don’t eat it so I found a southern fried vegan chicken fillet and served it with mash, spinach and a garlic butter sauce reddit.com/gallery/m7fieu
What did the spinach say to the cauliflower while making their getaway? ………….floret. Both the spinach and the cauliflower floored it right into into this Creamy Roasted Cauliflower Pasta. I don’t think they are mad about it.
[Homemade] salami, pepperoni, mozzarella w/tomato, spinach and basil, on tiger bread.
[Homemade] White bean soup with spinach & Italian sausage
Pomander carved from spinach green jade. China, Qing Dynasty, 1736 [1000x744]
Made 4 of these for the same cost as one from Panera: Spinach and Artichoke "souffle"
[Homemade] Meatballs stuffed with cream cheese, mozzarella and spinach.
If you're a fan of extremely crispy foods, then you'll probably love Goulash جلاش (not the stew) or Börek. It's the savoury cousin of Baklava that is filled with Meat or Spinach, and is one of the crispiest foods in existence. Full Recipe inside
Baklava is definitely the most popular dessert in the Middle East, with dozens of different shapes, sizes and fillings of baklava, it begs the question - has anyone made a "savoury Baklava"? The answer to that is Yes, there are many varieties of "savoury baklava" that are served throughout the Middle East and Balkan region. You may know this as Börek (Burek, Brek) or Spanakopita, but in Egypt and parts of the Middle East we call it Goulash; layers upon layers of crispy Phyllo (Filo) pastry surrounding a filling made of lightly spiced ground beef. More than being a recipe, Goulash or Borek is a cooking technique that can be applied to any filling you can think of. The result is an extremely crispy pastry filled with a delicious savoury centre.
If you want to see how I assemble the Goulash, check out the full recipe video here
What is Goulash (جلاش أو كلاج)
Goulash in the traditional sense of the word refers to a baked Phyllo pastry that is filled with a savoury stuffing. This pastry usually has 16+ layers of phyllo dough, which itself is divided into a top and bottom layer that sandwich the filling. For those of you unfamiliar with Phyllo (Filo), it is an ultra thin pastry sheet (we're talking thinner than paper) that when baked turns extremely crispy. On it's own Phyllo is completely tasteless, and baking a single sheet will not produce a memorable meal. However, when you layer multiple sheets on top of each other and utilise a sweet or savoury filling, the phyllo completely transforms into the perfect vehicle for serving the filling. The most common kind of Goulash that is served in the Middle East is a tray baked goulash that is stuffed with minced beef and onion. This is usually served as a side dish at dinner parties and is a common fixture during the month of Ramadan.
There are many kinds of savoury phyllo pastries that exist in the region, and one you've probably seen before is Greek Strifti or Turkish Kol boregi. These are shaped like a spiral and are made by rolling a long sheet of phyllo around the filling before coiling and baking it. Another common kind is [Sigara Boregi](https://lh3.googleuserconten
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Artichoke is the most deceitful vegetable after spinach(or any green vegetable you sauté)
I am slowly learning to cook with the help of my dad (former chef). I decided to steam some artichokes and he told me that you have to peel the leaves to get to the bulb. Okay. The only thing is that the leaves are 90% of the vegetable. Like what the fuck? If I wanted to make a dish I’d have to buy a good amount and that pisses me off. Goddamnit
Edit: my parents are from Jamaica and if you know Caribbean cuisine, artichokes aren’t that common. So I did not know you can use the leaves as appetizers and dip then it sauce and whatnot. Thanks for the tips because I definitely will try!
Creamy tortellini, spinach and chicken soup. AKA The Soup!!!
[Homemade] tricolor Polish pierogi (spinach, ricotta, dry tomatoes).
Spinach Chickpea Curry, my first homecooked vegetarian dish to kick off our meat free diet! What are some of your favorite "must try" vegetarian recipes for someone (me) whose mostly eaten meat their entire life?
Veggie turkey, pepper jack, cucumber, carrots, balsamic-marinated red onion and baby spinach on Dave’s killer bread with homemade green goddess dressing
Spinach is awesome. It's a superfood. Some things I like to do with it...
Of course, casseroles. My spinach casserole is to die for. I'm fully convinced it would be the last meal request for anyone on death row if they even smelled it.
I put spinach in my smoothies. Not too much, but I like to add the amazing benefits of spinach in my smoothies; 3-5 baby leafs.
Salad. Again, of course. I add it in to my lettuce. It has a great flavor to help lettuce (no disrespect to lettuce), but it needs help. Some kale or collards also help, sliced very fine.
Spinach will save your life. It lowers blood pressure and is great for your heart. It is also delicious.
Marinated gochujang tempeh with broccoli, edamame, spinach, and pickled slaw
Coworker brought in 3 boxes of spinach tortillas. What should I cook?
[homemade] spinach brie grilled cheese on challah with tomato bisque
Y’all won me over. Made “the soup” ( Creamy spinach chicken tortellini soup) and it lived up to the hype. Thanks for always posting it! Recipe in the comments.
LPT: If you buy pre-packaged greens like spring mix or spinach, adding a paper towel to the container prolongs the life by at least a week and prevents soggy and wilted leaves.
[Homemade] Breakfast Pizza with Italian sausage, Sunny Side Eggs, Bacon and Spinach!
Built a planter box over the weekend for leafy greens and herbs. Time to plant lettuce, kale, Pak Choi, spinach, chard, cilantro, mint, dill, thyme, oregano, chives and basil!
I made a vegan bacon, scramble and avo croissant, with a hash brown waffle, garlicky spinach, fried tomatoes and avo. 💚 reddit.com/gallery/m3zmzd
Salami, pepperoni, mozzarella w/tomato, spinach and basil, on tiger bread.
Scrambled eggs, swiss cheese and spinach on a toasted cheese jalepeno bagel.
Ham, Swiss cheese, spinach, egg, and crescent roll breakfast casserole. 1/6 pan for 325 calories.
Green sourdough saint patricks day swirl. Juiced some spinach for the color. Tasted like bile butthole juice. Nobody ate it, the smell alone was enough. Sure looked neat though. reddit.com/gallery/m7kuxb
Vegan Spinach Pesto Swiss Grilled Cheeze
Pub Choc milk. Pub spinach.
Caught this Lil criminal misrepresenting herself as a spinach
Spinach and mushroom ravioli in garlic and herb vegan butter sauce. (Olive oil + plant spread used to replace butter)
Tortellini with a spinach champignons sauce
Finally got the color to not look like sludge 😅 spirulina, spinach, banana, soy milk, protein powder, pineapple!