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For the Play Along Pasta challenge, I created this fun recipe illustration of a recipe that is a bit off the beaten path for pasta, but is full of flavor and easy to make. Great for fall and winter, but simple enough for all seasons.
In the1960s there was an animated TV series that my brother and I watched. The leading role was Popeye the sailorman, who ate spinach from a can. My brother was very impressed with Popeye. He begged our mother to buy him spinach. When she brought home a can, he was excited. However, he found the smell so offensive he never ate spinach again. Some years later, I became vegetarian and often ate raw spinach in salads. Besides steaming or stir-frying, I wasn’t sure how to cook it. I love potatoes and when I tasted my first vegetable pie with a potato crust, I knew that spinach and potatoes would be a great combination. This is a dish that Popeye would enjoy. My brother, on the other hand, would like the potatoes.
A Brazilian-based version of Lebanese sfiha, is a cheese -filled yeasted dough in a triangle shape.
There are many different fillings, but Cheese special for me!
You can try "open esfiha" as well!! It is like a small flat bread that you can do with the same recipe!