Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Baby Spinach with herbs and bulgur

So this is a typical greek dish. Usually done with rice. Spanakorizo.

You will need:

a bit more than a kilo of fresh baby spinach (can also use frozen sp.)
2 bunches of arugula, 1 bunch of dill, one bunch of white beet, and 3 bundhes of 2 herbs I cannot find their word in english no matter what dictionary I look at!
2 bunches of shallots (in greece you get them in bunches of 5 or 6)
200 gr of bulgur
10 tsp of olive oil
the juice of 3 lemons
salt and black pepper

You wash them all well, and chop
then roughly with your hands. You put the
spinach on a pot, and let it shimmer in high
temp, till it almost cooks.
It will get to 1/4 of its original volume.

Then, you add the chopped herbs, place the lid on, let it boil for 7 minutes, then add a glass and a half of water, and when this boils, you add the bulgur, the olive oil, salt, pepper, and the juice of the lemons.

You eat this with feta cheese. It is mandatory!

For this whole pot, which serves generously 4, you have 20 points, 10 for the bulgur and 10 for the oil. So its a good meal to clean your system from the junk with just 5 points! Plus the feta of course ;)


Anonymous shauna said...

mmmmmmmmmmm yum! and loadsa herbs too... the argy trademark :)

5:09 PM  

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