11 oz (312g) Baby Spinach 8 oz (227g) Water Chestnuts (1 Can) 1.4 oz (40g) Vegetable Recipe Mix 1 Cup Mayonnaise 1 lb (454g) Sour Cream Onion Flakes (Approx. 1 Tbsp) Bell Pepper, Salt PREPARATIONS: 1- Mince the baby spinach. 2- Precook spinach in microwave (or steam). Allow to cool down before handling. 3- Dice the water chestnuts. DIRECTIONS: 1- Transfer the diced water chestnuts to a large bowl. 2- Squeeze the water out of cooked spinach and add to the bowl. 3- Add black pepper, onion flakes and salt as much as you'd prefer. 4- Stir in vegetable recipe mix. 5- Add mayonnaise and sour cream to the bowl. 6- Stir until well mixed.
SPINACH DIP CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Spinach Dip is another way of making a not much healthy food such as dip into a much highly nutritious dip. Spinach dip is very high in vitamin A, vitamin C and has about 10 percent (DV) calcium. Spinach dip is a bit high in saturated fat. Serving a small bowl next to your meal brings in extra vitamin A, as much as 50 percent vitamin A (DV). One serving of Spinach Dip (3.5 oz / 100g) has 182 calories (21 calories from fat), 13.9g total fat (5.6g saturated fat), 21mg cholesterol, 203mg sodium, 250mg potassium and 13.1g total carbohydrates (0.6g dietary fiber, 1.4g sugar). Spinach is a good source of Iron too.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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