Nancy’s World Famous Creamed Spinach

Nancy is European (Who’s a peein?  Sorry.  I can be immature.) So she uses some metric measurements.  You will just have to google the conversions.  Sorry.

200g frozen spinach

2 tbsp cream cheese

3 – 4 medium-sized mushrooms, chopped

1 tbsp butter

salt and pepper to taste

 

Place spinach in a microwaveable container and microwave on high for approx 5 minutes, until heated and quite dry. Remove from microwave, and squeeze out any excess moisture.

 

Add in chopped mushrooms, and butter and microwave for approx 2 – 3 minutes, until mushrooms are just tender.

 

Remove from the microwave and add cream cheese, stirring in until completely melted and incorporated. season to taste.

 

makes1 – 2 servings

 

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2 Responses to Nancy’s World Famous Creamed Spinach

  1. Carey says:

    I finally made this for the first time!! I’m in love! I made a few changes, used fresh spinach and instead of butter, I used bacon grease…….so delicious!

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