Spinach And Macadamia With Blue Cheese Sauce Breakfast. Creamy blue cheese sauce, healthy spinach all swirled into pasta – it's your new favorite supper! Once the pasta and spinach are drained, put them right back in the pot with the butter and blue cheese. Give everything a good toss with tongs until the cheese and butter are nice and melty and.
Add cream and stir, then a little splash of half-and-half if sauce is too thick. Cook for a minute or two. Recipe: Orzo with Butternut Squash, Spinach, and Blue Cheese. You can cook Spinach And Macadamia With Blue Cheese Sauce Breakfast using 8 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Spinach And Macadamia With Blue Cheese Sauce Breakfast
- You need of spinach and cheese mixture.
- It’s 2 cup of Roughly chop spinach.
- You need 4 slice of cheddar cheese.
- Prepare 9 of Macadamia.
- Prepare 3 tbsp of blue cheese sauce.
- It’s of garnish.
- Prepare 1 tsp of each of blue cheese sauce.
- Prepare dash of salt and pepper.
Since it's fall, butternut squash and spinach are definitely both the colors and flavors I'm craving. This pasta dish also shows my other bias: I really enjoy winter squashes and sweet potatoes when paired with blue cheese. Drizzle the cheese sauce generously over the top of the pasta and serve immediately. Spinach and blue cheese filo moneybags.
Spinach And Macadamia With Blue Cheese Sauce Breakfast instructions
- In a bowl roughly chop up the spinach then mix with macadamia, cheddar cheese and blue cheese sauce then fill up into the cavity of the bread.
- Trim the center of any bun then fil in the spinach and cheese mixture.
- Broiled it if it top burn too quickly just cover loosely with aluminum foil till spinach are soften and cheese are melted.
- Additional add 1 tsp of blue cheese sauce and top with a dash of salt and pepper then serve immediately.
- Spinach and macadamia with chedder cheese and blue cheese sauce top salt and pepper.
Add some blue cheese, nuts and spinach and you've got a new way to look at an old dish. Improvise when necessary and you'll be better off. Meanwhile, in another pan, fry the bacon until crispy. The sauce wasn't too heavy, and I especially enjoyed the flavors of the peppery arugula mixed with the creamy pungent blue cheese. This looked so good, but I didn't have the ingredients on hand so I subbed Gorgonzola for the Blue, and spinach for the arugula and voila!