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Spinach Recipes

Add this healthy green to a variety of dishes with these spinach recipes, including pizza, salad, soup, potatoes, burgers, spinach and artichoke dip, stuffed chicken, stuffed tenderloin and more.

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Think of this stir-fry as your chance to play with heat and spice. I balance the beef with coconut milk and a spritz of lime. —Joy Zacharia, Clearwater, Florida
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Spicy Sausage Soup with Tortellini

Spicy Sausage Soup with Tortellini

Spicy Sausage Soup with Tortellini

This soup is such a family treasure, both my daughters asked for the recipe when they moved out on their own. I cook the tortellini separately, but you can let it plump up in the soup broth, too. —Cynthia Krakowiak, Langhorne, Pennsylvania

Tropical Beef Wrap

Tropical Beef Wrap

Tropical Beef Wrap

For my finicky little ones, I create fast, tasty recipes like this tropical sandwich wrap. You can even use up leftover roast beef in a pinch. —Amy Tong, Anaheim, California

Smoked Turkey Salad with Raspberries

Smoked Turkey Salad with Raspberries

Smoked Turkey Salad with Raspberries

For a zingy spinach salad, I make a dressing with jalapeno jelly. No turkey on hand? Add grilled chicken. Try strawberries instead of raspberries, too. —Debra Keil, Owasso, Oklahoma

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Four-Cheese Rice Casserole

Four-Cheese Rice Casserole

Four-Cheese Rice Casserole

My husband and I developed this recipe to avoid making a broccoli and rice casserole that we had relied on for years. Now his folks won't let us in the door at the holidays without this dish in hand.

Wilted Spinach Salad

Wilted Spinach Salad

Wilted Spinach Salad

Pretty, fresh and sized just for two, this delicious salad sent in by Diana Grier of St. Joseph, Missouri may have you wishing for leftovers!

Turkey Breast Florentine

Turkey Breast Florentine

Turkey Breast Florentine

"A lovely dish for guests, this spinach-stuffed turkey breast look s beautiful when you slice it for serving," Shirley Goehring writes from Lodi, California. "I've also spooned the filling into a pocket slit in a boneless center-cut pork roast with delicious results."
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Spinach Feta Pizza

Spinach Feta Pizza

Spinach Feta Pizza

You won't miss the tomato sauce and pepperoni when you bite into this pizza from Wilma Lombardo, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Garlic, onion and basil season the spinach and cheese topping.

Dill Spiral Bites

Dill Spiral Bites

Dill Spiral Bites

"it takes only six ingredients to roll out these savory pinwheels," says Valerie Belley of St. Louis, Missouri. "They're great for lunch, as a snack or with soup."

Southwest Gyros

Southwest Gyros

Southwest Gyros

When the gray days of winter set in, we begin dreaming of dishes that evoke the sunny side of life. Thanks to bold Southwestern flavors, we just might make it to spring. —Simple & Delicious Test Kitchen

Spanakopita Mashed Potatoes

Spanakopita Mashed Potatoes

Spanakopita Mashed Potatoes

I learned to cook by watching my mom in the kitchen. Most of the recipes I make use only five or six ingredients, and have a healthier bent. I created this recipe after I tried a spinach-topped baked potato. Flecks of red and green from the potato skin and spinach make these potatoes look festive and special. By not peeling the potatoes, you not only keep some nutrients, you also save on prep time.—Ashley Levy, Columbia, Maryland

Three-Cheese Florentine Burgers

Three-Cheese Florentine Burgers

Three-Cheese Florentine Burgers

We love cheese. It's an ingredient we always have in abundance. I came up with this recipe to showcase one of our favorite combinations: spinach and cheese! —Deborah Biggs, Omaha, Nebraska

Spinach and Garbanzo Skillet

Spinach and Garbanzo Skillet

Spinach and Garbanzo Skillet

Whipped up by our Test Kitchen, this colorful combination of beans, summer squash, tomatoes and spinach makes a bright addition to any meal. Topped with roasted almonds and served warm, this tasty side dish is sure to be requested often!

Garden Fresh Salad

Garden Fresh Salad

Garden Fresh Salad

Frugal farm women like myself enjoy fixing meals from their own gardens. This is one of the best salads I've ever tried. It tastes like a bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich (without the bread)! My whole family loves it.

Tex-Mex Spinach Salad

Tex-Mex Spinach Salad

Tex-Mex Spinach Salad

I’m new to jicama, a root vegetable that’s popular in Mexican and Southwestern cooking. It lends plenty of crunch to this no-fuss salad and blends well with the other zippy ingredients.—Deborah Williams, Peoria, Arizona

Sausage Bean Stew

Sausage Bean Stew

Sausage Bean Stew

Meet the Cook: One of the reasons I like quick dinners like this is our two sons, who are 7 and 6. With boys of those ages, I am constantly on the go! Plus, I home-educate our children. With this recipe, if we really get involved in a science experiment or an art project, I can still fix a good meal for my family. -Cheryl Nagy, Newark, Ohio

Spinach-Stuffed Chicken Pockets for Two

Spinach-Stuffed Chicken Pockets for Two

Spinach-Stuffed Chicken Pockets for Two

With their creamy filling and delightful crispy crust, these elegant entrees are easy enough for weeknights, yet special enough for company, too. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Spicy Sausage Soup with Tortellini

Spicy Sausage Soup with Tortellini

Spicy Sausage Soup with Tortellini

This soup is such a family treasure, both my daughters asked for the recipe when they moved out on their own. I cook the tortellini separately, but you can let it plump up in the soup broth, too. —Cynthia Krakowiak, Langhorne, Pennsylvania
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