Spinach served in a salad gives lots of bang for the buck. It’s full of B vitamins and pairs well with so many toppings from meat to fruits and cheeses to nuts. To top that off it is good served with both savory and sweet dressings. Since folks like spinach raw and cooked it can be topped with either a warm or cold dressing.
This versatile vegetable brings many options to the table. Make almost any spinach salad, top it with chicken or salmon and you have a delightful main dish. I love meals like this because you can get in and out of the kitchen quickly and without even turning on the stove; that is, of course, if you have some pre-cooked chicken or fish. A rotisserie chicken from the market makes it a cinch.
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