When Using Frozen Spinach Always Drain It Well

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When using frozen spinach in a recipe, always drain the spinach well. If you don’t drain the spinach very well, you will find a very soupy, watery mess. I put the spinach (thawed or cooked, depending on the recipe) in a strainer and I take the back of a cooking spoon and press the spinach hard to squeeze out every drop of excess liquid I can. I do the straining over a bowl… so I have the liquid in case I need it…. but honestly, I never do.

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