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recipe:greekspinachandrice [2011/12/11 04:24]
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recipe:greekspinachandrice [2013/09/29 21:55] (current)
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   * 1/3 cup olive oil   * 1/3 cup olive oil
   * 2 onions - chopped   * 2 onions - chopped
 +  * 1 clove garlic - minced
   * 10 oz. pckg frozen chopped spinach - thawed and drained (alternative:​ 2lb fresh spinach)   * 10 oz. pckg frozen chopped spinach - thawed and drained (alternative:​ 2lb fresh spinach)
   * 15 oz. can diced tomatoes (alternative:​ 2 large tomatoes - coarsely chopped)   * 15 oz. can diced tomatoes (alternative:​ 2 large tomatoes - coarsely chopped)
   * 1 Tbsp tomato paste (optional)   * 1 Tbsp tomato paste (optional)
-  * 2 cups water or broth +  * 2 cups water or broth  
-  * 1 clove garlic - minced +  * 1 tsp dried dill (1 Tbsp fresh) 
-  * 1 Tbsp dill (fresh or dried+  * Tbsp fresh parsley or 1 tsp dried
-  * Tbsp fresh parsley or 1 tsp dried+
   * salt and pepper to taste   * salt and pepper to taste
 +  * 1 cup rice
   * feta cheese - sprinkle on servings   * feta cheese - sprinkle on servings
  
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   - Heat olive oil in medium sauce pan or large skillet. Saute onions until golden and tender.   - Heat olive oil in medium sauce pan or large skillet. Saute onions until golden and tender.
-  - Add spinach and cook for a few minutes.+  - Add spinach ​and garlic ​and cook for a few minutes.
   - Add the tomatoes and liquid and bring to a boil. Add the spices.   - Add the tomatoes and liquid and bring to a boil. Add the spices.
   - Stir in the rice, return to a boil, cover and simmer until rice is tender and fluffy, about 20 min.   - Stir in the rice, return to a boil, cover and simmer until rice is tender and fluffy, about 20 min.
recipe/greekspinachandrice.txt · Last modified: 2013/09/29 21:55 by rob