Americans know Cob Loaf Spinach Dip as a spinach dip in a bread bowl. In New Zealand and Australia, it is known simply as a “cob loaf”. It is just as popular Down Under as it is here in the States.
Spinach Mascarpone Dip is an easy way to add a touch of elegance to your next party or gathering. Traditional spinach dip is elevated here with the use of mascarpone cheese instead of ordinary cream cheese.
Parmesan Spinach Orzo is a quick and easy side dish made on the stove-top. The end result is like a rich, creamy risotto, without the constant stirring
Italian Wedding Soup is a comfort food favorite in many households, and this version is packed with flavor. The little chicken meatballs are far from bland, thanks to a nice little kick from Italian sausage. The pasta stretches the soup and makes it filling while the spinach adds color and nutrition.
Colorful Sundried Tomato Spinach Couscous is sure to become your new favorite side dish. It goes especially well with all types of seafood. I love it with salmon, but it pairs equally as well with meats and poultry.
You may think of lasagna as a fattening comfort food, but you will change your mind after trying this Ultimate Spinach Turkey Lasagna. It uses ricotta, mozzarella, and Parmesan cheeses as well as turkey to cut down on the fat content and calories. Spinach adds color, flavor, and fiber.
Chicken Spinach Tortellini Soup is a welcome spin on traditional chicken soup, perfect for lunch and hearty enough for dinner.
We’ve all heard of the benefits of the traditional Mediterranean diet which is composed primarily of vegetables, fish, olive oil, and wine. This Mediterranean pasta dish uses them all.