Divine (or is that DEVINE?) mumma made this for us for brunch this morning topped with her own home grown poached eggs. What a fantastic way to start the day.
You're right, this is spinach like I've never had, but I will definitely have it this way again! I made this exactly as posted, using chopped red bell pepper. I have never really used the stems before, but they were actually tasty too. The curry powder is what really makes this dish, I think! The aroma was divine and the taste was delicious! Thanks for sharing! Made for Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap #65.
This is a great way to make and eat spinach. I loved the flavors of bacon, onion and garlic. It worked so well with the spinach. I used baby spinach and did not chop it up. I probably steamed my spinach a little too long, but it was still delicious. Thank you for posting a new way to fix spinach!
This is absolutely delicious!! And so easy! I also used baby spinach. I'm looking forward to making this again. Thank you! Made for Aussie swap 5/11.
Love spinach so no surprise that I loved this dish. It comes together and makes for a great side dish - as for me this could make for a meal in itself! A must try for spinach lovers.Thank you for sharing. Made for mummamills Cookathon.
Yum! I used baby spinach (so I didn't chop them) and left out the bacon. We ate it as a side dish next to grilled chicken (for me) and grilled porterhouse steak (for hubby and Little Miss). We all enjoyed it. Thanks Mumma for a wonderful recipe.. Whoooohooo my first review on food.com
If you haven't had spinach like this, you certainly should. The flavours are sensational and the dish is ultra-easy to make. I used all the ingredients -- with a little extra bacon and about 6 ounces (180 grams) of baby spinach. Served with rice and a beef curry, and the first thing hubby said was, 'The spinach is really good'. Thanks for posting.
We've never had spinach (silver beet) likes this before but we will certainly be having it again. I cut 1 small onion chunky so the DH could pull out due to his intolerance if he ingests it but he requested that I cut this back to half a onion and I didn't use the capsicum but only because I didn't have any but will try to make sure I have some for next time. Thank you mummamills, made as a pressie for Recipe Swap 31, August 2009.
Very enjoyable way to enjoy spinach. I made this for my MIL and family last night and it disappeared. I made it as directed although I did not have any red bell pepper so I did not include it this time. I cooked my onion and bacon until the bacon was crispy and did not add black ppepper since it was pepper bacon. I also did not use olive oil as I felt there was enough from the bacon. The curry was a terrific addition that I would definitely use again. Great dish. Thank you for sharing! *Made and enjoyed for August Aussie Recipe Swap*
I used veggie bacon and just loved it with the red bell pepper and onion and garlic. Thanks! Made for Australian Recipe Swap-May 2009.