£1.65£1.65 per kg
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FrozenSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||(as sold) per 100g||(as sold) per portion (80g)||per portion (80g) %RI||your RI*|
|of which saturates||0.1g||0.1g||<1%||20g|
|of which sugars||0.2g||0.2g||<1%||90g|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal) (RI)|
|Contains approximately 13 portions|
Add 400g of frozen spinach portions in boiling water. Bring back to the boil, cover and simmer as shown or until tender. Drain and serve.; Microwave - From Frozen. Cat E 850w 5 min
Cat D 750w 5 min 30 sec
Place 80g of frozen spinach portions in a microwavable bowl and add 1 tablespoon of water. Cover and heat as shown, stir halfway. Allow to stand for 1 minute before serving.; Steam - From Frozen. 8 min
Bring steamer to the boil and add 240g of frozen spinach portions. Steam as shown or until tender. Top up water as necessary, do not allow the steamer to boil dry.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (21)
Very handy and nutritious
Very good for throwing into curries and noodles and stews.... saves me cleaning, chopping, wasting. But not recommended for dishes needing fresh crunchy spinach.
I didnt know spinach could taste this bad
Great in a Curry
I love this spinach in a chicken and potato curry particularly. I add it about 20 mins from the end. Better than fresh for me.
Very handy, throw the cubes into smoothies, soups, chillis and loads of other dishes. Wish they’d get it back in stock online
Not just convenient but excellent source of nutrients, also tasty when grilled or fried bacon is added. I like this accompanied by a large jacket potato and a knob of butter. Morrisons jacket spuds do that job very well too. Thanks Mr Morrison. :-) bacon is added
As others have said stays frozen in the middle if trying to cook quickly, if cooked slowly breaks down and becomes a slimy tasteless mulch. Ruined one o& my favourite healthy dishes. Used once then had to throw the rest of the packet away. I wont be buying this again