Sautéed spinach with garlic: Quaratine Recipes



Today on the simple cooking cooking show-classic Italian cooking! Thank you Marta for another wonderful Recipe under the Tuscan sun. Today, Marta showed us a little peak into her backyard in the countryside of Siena. At sunset! It was gorgeous- straight out of a movie. Catch it in her Live video for the next 24 hrs! 
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She prepared Pork Medallions with Prosciutto and sage. Something I cannot wait to try. She added white wine and in a few moments, the dish was finished. Visit her page and message her for the recipe @Martascooking .
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I made some sautéed spinach with garlic as a side dish. Even though we couldn’t enjoy it together, it was a joy to eat our dishes on screen and collaborate once again. She continues to be a joy for me- sharing our recipes and cooking tips in our home kitchens. Thank you all who join us at the table as well 🤗
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Sautéed spinach with garlic

(1-2 people)
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A recipe I learned in French culinary school but very simple don’t worry. The key here is the brown butter or « beurre noisette ». Brown the butter just till it smells sweet but not burned. It flavors all your spinach beautifully.
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1 bunch fresh spinach, stems removed
2-3 whole garlic cloves, peeled
1 Tbsp butter
Pinch salt and pepper
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Wash spinach well in a large bowl of water and remove stems. Dry on towel briefly Set stems aside to make vegetable stock if desired, or blend in smoothies. In a large nonstick pan, heat butter just until brown and there is a sweet smell. Then, on a fork place two garlic cloves. Put spinach into butter- standing back. Toss with garlic fork. Cook for 1-2 minutes or until all spinach is wilted. Eat immediately. 😜
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You can also make this with kale or chard but it will need to cook a bit longer to wilt. Add a tablespoon or so of water to cook those hearty greens thoroughly.
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Stay well and remember to eat your spinach. It’s a nutrient powerhouse!

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Good ‘ol Spinach. . Today on the simple cooking cooking show-classic Italian cooking! Thank you @martascooking for another wonderful Recipe under the Tuscan sun. Today, Marta showed us a little peak into her backyard in the countryside of Siena. At sunset! It was gorgeous- straight out of a movie. Catch it in her Live video for the next 24 hrs! . She prepared Pork Medallions with Prosciutto and sage. Something I cannot wait to try. She added white wine and in a few moments, the dish was finished. Visit her page and message her for the recipe @martascooking . I made some sautéed spinach with garlic as a side dish. Even though we couldn’t enjoy it together, it was a joy to eat our dishes on screen and collaborate once again. She continues to be a joy for me- sharing our recipes and cooking tips in our home kitchens. Thank you all who join us at the table as well 🤗 . Sautéed spinach with garlic (1-2 people) . A recipe I learned in French culinary school but very simple don’t worry. The key here is the brown butter or « beurre noisette ». Brown the butter just till it smells sweet but not burned. It flavors all your spinach beautifully. . 1 bunch fresh spinach, stems removed 2-3 whole garlic cloves, peeled 2 Tbsp butter Pinch salt and pepper . Wash spinach well in a large bowl of water and remove stems. Dry on towel briefly Set stems aside to make vegetable stock if desired, or blend in smoothies. In a large nonstick pan, heat butter just until brown and there is a sweet smell. Then, on a fork place two garlic cloves. Put spinach into butter- standing back. Toss with garlic fork. Cook for 1-2 minutes or until all spinach is wilted. Eat immediately. 😜 . You can also make this with kale or chard but it will need to cook a bit longer to wilt. Add a tablespoon or so of water to cook those hearty greens thoroughly. . Stay well and remember to eat your spinach. It’s a nutrient powerhouse! . #food #instafood #comfortfood #food52 #bonappetit #spinach #porkmedallions #foodporn #tuscanrecipes #toast #spinach #beurrenoisette #epinards #instarecipes #quarantine #quarantinelife #quarantineandcook #quarantineandchill2020 #covid2020 #avocado #simplecookingcookingshow

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