Spinach - Frozen Whole Leaf
Dark green leafy vegetable, superfood to get the best of health and balanced diet.
Spinach is said to have originated from ancient Persia then introduced to ancient China to be called the "Persian vegetable" and eventually be scattered all over the parts of the world. This vegetable goes a long way back and still strongly grown up to present to give away not only its versatility in recipes but also its nutrients that are beneficial to our health.
Serve your dish on a bed of spinach and get the most of its many healthy attributes.
Extra rich, overflowing in vitamin A and K. A hundred-gram serving will take good care of keeping the eyes healthy and other age-related problems. It helps promotes health of bones, keeping them stronger and healthy.
Also rich in iron, vitamin C, folate and other vitamins and minerals in fairly good doses. These nutrients will help improve the quality of the blood, increase vitality, and boost energy.
Spinach leaf has anti-cancerous and anti-inflammatory properties with its miraculous antioxidants, which also helps in detoxification, reducing hypertension, supporting weight loss, boosting immunity, promoting good sleep, combating hair loss, enhancing the skin, and promoting youthful health.
Make this vegetable part of your daily diet and get positive impacts to your health.
- Excellent to make healthy vegetable drinks and smoothies
- Lightly sauté as a stand-alone side dish
- Fantastic main addition to soups or stir-fried vegetables
- The main star of Spinach Lasagna
- Goes well with many recipes or any dish
Egg White Omelet with Spinach & Cottage cheese
*recipe courtesy of The Bon Appétit Diet
Serves 1 person
3 pc egg whites
Salt and ground pepper to taste
1 tsp olive oil
1 cup spinach
60 g cottage cheese
1 tbsp grated parmesan cheese
In a medium bowl, whisk together egg whites and 1 tbsp of water. Season with salt and pepper and set the whites aside.
Heat the olive oil over medium-high heat in a nonstick skillet. Add spinach and season with salt and pepper. Cook until wilted and tender, about a minute.
Add the egg whites and cook until they were nearly set.
Once the eggs were cooked, about 2 minutes, add cottage cheese on top of the omelet, sprinkle with the Parmesan, and season again with salt and pepper.
Slide the omelet gently onto a serving plate and serve.
Delivery: Frozen, packed by 2 lb (908 g)