Spinach (250g Bunch)


When cooked and chopped, the taste is similar to silverbeet, however, spinach has a milder flavour. Spinach and silverbeet can be interchanged in recipes.


Refrigerate in paper bags and use promptly.

How to prepare

Trim stalks and wash. Cook spinach without additional water; the water that clings to the spinach after washing should be enough. Remove the stems only if eating raw, otherwise slice and cook with the leaves.

Ways to eat

Spinach can be eaten raw in cold or warm salads or cooked and used as a side dish, in soups or pasta sauces. It is popular in egg dishes such as soufflés, omelettes or quiches. The classic dish, Eggs Benedict, includes spinach.

Suggested cooking methods

Boil, steam, stir fry.


Spinach deserves its reputation as a health enhancing vegetable, being a good source of both nutrients and phytonutrients. It is a good source of folate, vitamin K, vitamin A, a source of iron, magnesium, and contains a dietary significant amount of potassium. It is also low in energy (kilojoules).


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