A fantastic all-year option, spinach is one of the healthiest and most versatile ingredients a chef can learn to work with.
For salads and simple dishes we highly recommend baby spinach, which is much sweeter and easy to eat raw (without cooking it), unlike fully grown spinach that is delicious when it’s cooked.
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If you’re thinking: What makes spinach so splendid? Let us explain. Spinach is loaded with iron, fibre, vitamins A, C, E and K, vitamin B6, calcium, magnesium and much more! Making it one of the healthiest ingredients to include in your diet. It’s also cost-effective and easy to grow. From stir-fries to curries and stuffing, it’s an ingredient you can always rely on for a filling, nutritious dinner.
Baby Spinach Chicken Salad
A fantastic, tasty meal to make for dinner or lunch, a Baby Spinach Chicken Salad lets you be as creative or conservative with your ingredients as you want. Baby spinach and chicken absorbs dressings beautifully, compliments anything you add to it and takes no time at all to turn into a meal. Be it a simple, healthy dinner with some roast vegetables and a drizzle of olive oil, or expressive meal full of imagination, it’s a meal you can always turn to. Just make sure you use baby spinach – it’s much sweeter than fully grown spinach.
Spinach à la Unbelievable
A beautiful dinner for your family, this Spinach and Ricotta Chicken Breast with Creamy Ugali and Mushroom Sauce is full of flavour of nutrition. More for Sunday nights or celebrations, because it does take some time to prepare, it is honestly one of our favourite meals to date. Take one bite and you’ll understand why. We highly recommend you introduce it to your family as soon as possible.
Spinach and Potato Curry
Quick, easy and unforgettable, our Spinach and Potato Curry is another one of those meals that your family will ask for time and time again. There are actually only a few meals that match its full flavour with mouthfuls of satisfaction. Each bite comes with hints of coconut, the subtleties of coriander and the rich, rewarding texture of vegetable soup.