The crunchy green leaf spinach is rich in cell-protecting vitamins such as the sight-enhancing vitamin A and the defence booster vitamin C. In addition to the vital substances potassium and iron, the vegetables contain the trace element zinc, which supports the immune system and gives skin and hair shiny beauty.
Especially the tender baby spinach convinces with its mild taste and the small, fine leaves. The fried spinach can be used as a basis for many quickly prepared dishes and is very versatile. Why not try one of our delicious recipes with spinach, such as the spinach-mango vegetables, the salmon-spinach pan or the stuffed Portobello mushrooms.
Trim spinach, rinse and spin dry. Peel the garlic and shallot and chop both finely.
Sauté garlic and shallot in a pan in a mixture of olive and lime oil until translucent. Add the spinach and continue to sauté until it wilts. Season with salt, pepper and nutmeg. Serve immediately.