Sauteed Spinach with Almonds and Golden Raisins

Published May 1, 2008. From Cook's Illustrated.

Why this recipe works:

To substitute baby spinach for bigger, mature flat-leaf spinach in our sautéed spinach recipe, without getting an excessively watery or mushy result, we microwaved the baby spinach to release a large amount of water, pressed it against a colander to eliminate even more water, and sautéed it to… read more

To substitute baby spinach for bigger, mature flat-leaf spinach in our sautéed spinach recipe, without getting an excessively watery or mushy result, we microwaved the baby spinach to release a large amount of water, pressed it against a colander to eliminate even more water, and sautéed it to finish.

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Serves 4

If you don’t have a microwave-safe bowl large enough to accommodate the entire amount of spinach, cook it in a smaller bowl in 2 batches. Reduce the water to 2 tablespoons per batch and cook the spinach for about 1 1/2 minutes.

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