#102: Andorra – Espinaca a la Catalan

Andorra is a tiny, independent principality situated between France and Spain in the Pyrenees mountains. Much of the food is influenced by its neighboring countries as I’ve seen (and enjoyed) it on my tapas menus over the years. This Catalan-style spinach was a great option to mix up our vegetable side routine. It didn’t require a lot of ingredients, took very little prep time, and the end result was healthy and delicious. The spinach is paired with diced apples, raisins, and pine nuts. I served it with some potatoes and onion, along with some grilled chicken.

Recipe I used: https://www.internationalcuisine.com/espinaca/

Overall Level of Effort: 1

Skill Level: Beginner

Would Make it Again? Yes

Additional Notes: No matter how many times I steamed spinach, I’m always amazed at how much it reduces. A whole container of baby spinach was only enough for two small sides, so keep that in mind when making this dish.

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