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LYL- Stir-Fried Garlic Spinach

It’s here! The first recipe for Wok Wednesdays! I hope everyone found it as tasty as I did. I ended up hosting the recipe on my own blog to start, I’ll be putting out a call for hosts for the next recipe later this week.

Green Eats Blog – Stir-fried Garlic Spinach

Leave a link to your blog post about Stir-Fried Garlic Spinach below, or if you don’t have a blog leave your thoughts and let us know how you did!

– Matt

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  1. Pingback: WW – Garlic Spinach | The Double Trouble Kitchen

  2. Suffering from a migrane. I’ll be cooking and posting tomorrow

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  3. the garlic and spinach was na easy dish to do. the sugar helped the spinach stay green. was delicious.

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  4. I’m here in SoCal and getting ready to do my Wok Wednesday thing. So excited and yes I do get this excited about most things I cook. Love reading these posts and will Blog when we have eaten.

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  5. Turned out great! Very simple. You get to appreciate spinach in all its glory :). I may have undercooked the spinach a little…but that beats overcooking it!
    http://whatthreefoods.wordpress.com/2012/05/16/15/

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  6. What a quick and east recipe and the taste was phenomenal.
    Read my blog and view the pictures at:

    http://gcharlson.blogspot.com/.

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  7. Stir-Fry Garlic and Spinach
    from http://paperattics.blogspot.com/ Go to my blog to see my picture.

    Hey, Happy Wok Wednesday #1. Our first recipe in our quest for learning how to cook with a wok!!

    Our first recipe is Stir-Fry Garlic and Spinach. My first attempt, I burned the garlic. No real surprise there for me. I was following the recipe exactly, but my stove is electric and 15 years old. I know it runs hot. I rinsed it out and started over. I reduced the heat to medium instead of the medium-high recommended by Grace and it worked much better.

    I love cooked spinach as well as spinach salads. This was a cross between the two. I didn’t really taste any of the sugar even though I was careful to sprinkle the salt and sugar over the entire mixture instead of just dumping it in. I would try it again with adding a little additional sugar to see if I can taste it. It’s not necessary; I’m just curious.

    Overall, I enjoyed the spinach. It was fork tender without being too mushy or slimy.

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  8. The spinach was so quick and delicious! I blogged more about how I got to Wok Wednesdays and preparations for stir-frying than this recipe, but I appreciated having the spinach for dinner after carefully seasoning my new wok! http://motherwouldknow.com/journal/wok-education-stir-fried-garlic-spinach.html

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  9. A nice, 1st recipe! Excited to try it out again after seasoning my wok one of these days : )

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  10. Realized my URL is in my name from my posting late last night but I’ll post it here as well : )
    http://mamashomemade.wordpress.com/

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  11. The spinach was so delicious!!! Very quick and easy to make. The hardest part is to not burn the garlic. Had it the next day and it was even better! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. So yummy! I’m so glad I made lots of spinach! I did not add the sugar as called for in the recipe due to diet restrictions. I’ll be making my spinach like this all the time from now on!
    http://thefoodcrawl.blogspot.com/2012/05/wok-wednesdays.html
    Time to do some blog hopping and see what everyone else prepared!
    xoxoxo

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  13. With advice from Grace Young, Stir-Fried Kale makes an appealing variation: http://eatingmywords-jwl.blogspot.com/2012/05/stir-fried-kale.html

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  14. Sorry to all my fellow WW’s. I posted on you blog with th wrong URL for my site…no “www” should be in there. Here’s the right one. http://paperattics.blogspot.com

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  16. And bringing up the rear, I join the crew in time for Sunday morning reveille. Perfect start to our journey. This dish is simple and it is also profound. So grateful to you Matt for organizing this shindig, and to Grace Young for inspiring this shindig with your words, insights, images, and spirit. Here we go!

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