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Author Notes: Most recipes call for boiling the spinach. I find young spinach doesn't need added water or too much cooking and the way I cook them, they end up retaining most of their vitamins and minerals. This recipe is extremely quick to do and you only use one pot. In less than 5 minutes you are ready to serve them. - Maria Teresa Jorge
- 6 handfuls spinach
- 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
- 2 garlics
- pepper black
- red peppercorns
- Fleur de sel
- Wash the spinach and pat dry with a tea towel.
- Add the olive oil and garlic in a sauteeing pan.
- When the garlic starts to sizzle add the spinach, a pinch of salt and sautée for 2 minutes until it starts wilting. Remove the garlics and drain the spinach well.
- Serve on a warm plate, add some freshly ground black pepper. Sprinkle with a few hand crushed red peppercorns and a pinch of Fleur de sel. Drizzle a little extra virgin olive oil around the plate.
- You can also serve it on individual plates as a bed with a piece of grilled fish or steak on top.
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Greens
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Vegetarian Holiday Side
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Way to Cook Greens
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