|Healthy Mediterranean Cooking|
|by Lorraine Whiteside|
With its emphasis on salads, garlic, herbs, pasta, fish and rice, the Mediterranean diet has been widely regarded as a healthy one.
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Preheat oven to ... mix well. Fit crepes into greased muffin pan. Fill crepes with spinach stuffing, bake for ... only, until underside is lightly browned.
1. Cook spinach according to package ... slice on each crepe. Spoon spinach mixture onto center of crepes; roll. 3. ... main dish servings (2 crepes each).
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cook spinach according to package ... center of each crepe, overlap sides. ... 4 servings, 2 crepes per serving - ... proteins and 257 calories.
Preparation time: 25 ... Serves: 4. (8 crepes.) 1. In ... Mix in drained spinach, salt and ... refrigerate until baking time. Add about 10 minutes to baking time.
Follow procedure for crepes. To make ... 3 cups. Drain spinach well. In the ... top. Garnish with sliced mushroom and parsley. Cut into wedges. Serves 8.
Brown meat. Add ... until tender. Cook spinach as per directions ... Add mixture to crepes and top with ... until light brown. Turn and brown on other side.
To Make Crepes: Beat eggs. ... Prepare Filling: Cook spinach, drain and ... each crepe fold on 4 sides and place in buttered dish. Cover with canned cheese.
Day before, make ... Next day, make crepes. For cheese ... low heat. Drain spinach well. Saute spinach ... Garnish with sliced mushrooms and parsley. Serves 8.
Make batter for crepes the day before ... wax paper between crepes. Repeat with rest of batter. Makes 10 to 12 crepes. 5. Fill with spinach cheese sauce.
1. In a ... heat. 2. Drain spinach well. In 10" ... 350 degrees. Assemble crepes on buttered heat ... Garnish with a mushroom. Cut into wedges. Serves 6.
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