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  1. A
    April 8, 2009 • 3:21 am

    Looks YUMMY!!!
    I wil have to try it.
    I love any VEGGIE recipes.

  2. s. stockwell
    April 8, 2009 • 5:59 am

    Oh! We love this…great style with good photos. We always are interested in ways to serve spinach. Thanks, s

  3. Ricardo
    April 8, 2009 • 9:25 am

    Very nice and fresh lasagne expertly done.. kool xxx

  4. HoneyB
    April 8, 2009 • 9:31 am

    Its my opinion vegetarian is the best way to go! Great photos!

  5. VeggieGirl
    April 8, 2009 • 12:12 pm

    STUNNING batch of lasagna!!

  6. Cynthia
    April 8, 2009 • 1:57 pm

    Excellent! I made lasanga day before yesterday :)

  7. Jessie
    April 8, 2009 • 2:04 pm

    Beautiful presentation!

  8. JMom
    April 8, 2009 • 2:58 pm

    I love this! I think it’s time to make another lasagna dish. Luckily, I also have some spinach in the fridge!

  9. raz4125
    April 8, 2009 • 4:58 pm

    Wow!! so many comments. Thank you my foodie friends, you made my day :)

  10. Aparna
    April 9, 2009 • 2:15 am

    Using amaranth in lasgne is new to me. Looks very tempting in your picture.
    We use amaranth (both red and green varieties) a lot in our cooking.
    When you say trini spinach lasagne, do you mean that amaranth is called spinach there? I am asking because to me, spinach and amaranth are two different things.

  11. raz4125
    April 9, 2009 • 5:55 am

    The amaranth is commonly referred to as spinach or chorai bhaji here in Trinidad. There are other plants that fall into this category of “bhaji” as well. But I’m interested in your take on spinach and amaranth. What are the two plants you’re referring to?

  12. Aparna
    April 10, 2009 • 6:22 pm

    From your pictures, what you have used here is amaranth, which we call “keerai” in my language (Tamil). “Chorai” might be a version of that, perhaps?

    Spinach, as I know it, is called “paalak” in Hindi and has darker green and wider leaves. You may check the following links for pictures.

    http://www.nandyala.org/mahanandi/archives/2005/11/13/
    http://www.sailusfood.com/2008/07/07/palakura-pappu-spinach-dal-palak/

  13. Ashley
    May 9, 2009 • 3:52 pm

    this looks awesome. My husband and I just started growing spinach in a pot. We want to make a pink sauce with the cream and tomatoes. I’ll post if we do it soon. Thanks Foodbuzz friend!

    http://www.cheapfoodhere.com

  14. Felix Padilla
    May 10, 2009 • 2:31 pm

    No problem Ashley, I look forward to seeing the pink sauce.

  15. Dein Koenig
    May 16, 2009 • 12:57 pm

    looks real good, i give it a try

  16. Dora
    September 3, 2010 • 8:43 pm

    when you say that the tomato sauce is optional, do you mean that both the white sauce and the tomato sauce can be used together in this recipe?

  17. Felix
    September 3, 2010 • 10:32 pm

    No, not together. The tomato sauce will be cooked together with the spinach to give it a richer taste.

  18. Purple browne
    June 28, 2012 • 6:57 pm

    Great dish


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