I’ve got 10 spinach recipes for you to try today. I’m in a bit of a spinach kick at the moment, and as spinach is pretty much in season all year round in the UK it’s a great sustainable ingredient to have in your kitchen, whether it’s fresh or frozen.
10 Spinach Recipes To Try
One of my absolute favourite things to make with spaghetti is Anna Jones’ one pot spaghetti. The recipe says to use kale but I make it with spinach (and often throw in a big handful of basil) and it is delicious. If I had to eat this spaghetti every day for a year I’d be quite happy! Omit the hard cheese and it’s vegan too.
This Spanish chickpea and spinach stew from Lazy Cat Kitchen is vegan and gluten-free friendly, and is definitely on my list of things to cook.
This spinach and white bean soup sounds like a deliciously comforting bowl of soup. Vegan friendly too, it’s ready in only 30 minutes.
Green Kitchen Stories never let me down. I’ve got two of their cookbooks and everything I’ve made from the books have been 100% delicious. These spinach and quinoa patties will be my next Green Kitchen Stories make, I reckon.
I’m not 100% confident in the kitchen and the idea of pastry does intimidate me a little, but gosh, this spinach and artichoke galette looks pretty darned good. We’ve got artichokes growing in our allotment (if the pesky slugs don’t get there first) so this might be something to make when it comes to artichoke harvest time.
Whenever the weather warms up I always crave salad. This spinach, beetroot and quinoa salad looks divine.
I haven’t really jumped on the whole smoothie/juicing bandwagon that’s been going on for a good few years now, and I’m not too sure how I feel about spinach served in a drink. I would be willing to give this pear, ginger and spinach smoothie a go though.
If pizza is more your thing then swap the Parmesan cheese for a vegetarian hard cheese and get making this three cheese spinach pizza!
Or maybe these carmelised onion, spinach and avocado quesadillas are more your thing?
Finally, if you’re in the mood to brunch then try these baked eggs with mushrooms, potatoes, spinach and Gruyere cheese. It’s made using only one pan which is always the best kind of recipe – less washing up to do!
What will you be trying out first? And what are your favourite spinach recipes? Do share in the comments below!