Spinach is one of the foods you were probably told was healthy as a child, but didn’t necessarily like. Now, there are so many great recipes out there that there is no excuse. Spinach is high in fiber vitamin A, C, K, and B-complex. It also contains iron, lutein, and xea-zanthin, and omega-3 fatty acids.
So, eat your spinach! To get you started, I am sharing with you a recipe for chopped spinach that was my husband’s mother’s recipe. It is just yummy and tastes almost like creamed spinach but only has one tablespoon of butter. It does call for something called Maggi seasoning that is a bit difficult to find, but it tastes quite a bit like soy sauce, so you can substitute soy sauce if you can’t find Maggi.
Source: Nutrition and You