|by Sallie Morris|
Here are the very best of steamed dishes from China, Japan and South-east Asia, such as steamed buns, steamed flower rolls and steamboat pots, as ...
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Clean a couple bundles of spinach. Break the ... leaves are left. Steam the spinach until ... 1/3 cup of chopped up walnuts or almonds. Serve in a bowl.
Spinach must be rinsed ... steel pan and steam over boiling water. ... cooking spinach is that it must not be cooked very long; otherwise it becomes bitter.
Boil water, add salt, wait until water is a bubbling boil, add fresh spinach and cook for 3 minutes, drain immediately.
Steam spinach. It will ... stirring constantly. Add milk, nutmeg and salt. Press cooked spinach lightly to remove excess water and add to sauce. Stir gently.
1. Make a ... Add in the spinach. Take a ... chicken breasts. Bake at 350°F for 30-40 minutes or until chicken is done (juices will no longer run pink).
Cut eggplant in ... pan off heat. Steam spinch until wilted ... blend well. Taste and adjust seasoning. Add chives and parsley at the end. Makes: 4 cups
In a covered ... finely ground. Add spinach, cheese, onion ... seeds. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 10 to 13 minutes. Makes 8 rolls (4 servings). Delicious.
Place spinach in baking dish ... on top. Bake in oven or microwave until cheese is melted. Note: Cooked/chopped broccoli can be used instead of spinach.
In a blender ... finely ground. Add spinach, Parmesan cheese, ... ungreased baking sheet. Sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 to 13 minutes.
Place spinach on paper towel ... sauce. Top with cottage cheese mixture. Repeat layers of noodles and cover with spinach. Top with layer of noodles and cover.
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