Boston Markets Creamed Spinach

Boston Markets Creamed Spinach

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7 review(s) averaging 3.9. 67% would make again

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"If it feels like you're adding too much cream mixture, you are... Otherwise, splendid, especially as leftovers!"

- tommyguru79

Ingredients

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3 tb Margarine or butter
2 c milk
3 tb Flour
1/2 c Parmesan; Grated, or Romano
2 pk Frozen chopped spinach
Salt and pepper
2 Garlic; minced
1 md Onion; finely chopped
1 tb Butter; (up to 2)

Original recipe makes 1

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Preparation

Source: Tried & True Recipe Exchange Combine flour and butter in saucepan; heat and stir to make roux. Add milk (more if necessary) and cheese. In another pot, saute onion and garlic in butter; add spinach. Cook for 10 minutes, or until spinach is hot and onion is translucent. Add white sauce and mix thoroughly. Add salt and pepper. NOTE: You can make this ahead and reheat in a casserole (sprinkle with buttered breadcrumbs). Posted to recipelu-digest Volume 01 Number 265 by "Diane Geary" on Nov 17, 1997

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annieiwachniuk 1 year ago
Wonderful
Clatters 2 years ago
Flavor was bland and way too creamy. Had to add a lot to it for flavoring
Maxchr 2 years ago
If it feels like you're adding too much cream mixture, you are... Otherwise, splendid, especially as leftovers!
tommyguru79 2 years ago
My family ate this up! I used organic ingredients. Delicious!
NicoleC 3 years ago
Wowee!!! Superb.
Dawnkay 4 years ago
This was good, the flavor is light, so if you like more garlic, or a more cheesy flavor, you can easily add more. Which I did on both, it also needed salt & pepper. But a good base to start with, and easy to adapt to your own personal taste.
Debi1114 5 years ago
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