What is spinach, frozen? About the ingredient spinach, frozen. Including 118 recipes with spinach, frozen, nutrition data, and where to find it.
Frozen spinach is spinach that has been washed, blanched and then flash frozen.
Frozen vegetables have some advantages over fresh ones, in that they are available when the fresh counterpart is out-of-season, they have a very long shelf life when kept in a freezer, and that they often have been processed a step or more closer to eating.
In many cases, they may be more economical to purchase than their fresh counterparts. Since they are already cooked, and will likely be cooked more once they enter the household, they are believed to be more sanitary than fresh vegetables.
Spinach, frozen is usually found in the frozen vegetables section or aisle of the grocery store or supermarket.
Spinach, frozen is a member of the Vegetables and Vegetable Products USDA nutritional food group.
|1 package (10 oz) yields||220|
|British (UK) term:||Spinach, frozen|
|en français:||épinards surgelés|
|en español:||espinacas congeladas|
There are 115 recipes that contain this ingredient.
|See more about frozen vegetables||about 12 years ago|
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|Usda nutrition data||over 7 years ago|
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