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Paleo Crispy Baked Spinach, A Crunchy Side for Sesame Ahi Tuna

I’m so excited to have my family visit in a couple of weeks! To get pumped up, I bought new curtains and redecorated a little. The main room was our bedroom – which is so nice now, I can’t seem to get out of bed! Its just so peaceful. I hope that the parents enjoy the new digs too. I put some work into it! Only a week and a half left!

I’m following up my Sesame Seared Ahi Tuna with a delicious side to go with it! This spinach recipe is baked, but can be fried as well. If you fry it, just make sure that you watch for it to turn bright green, then remove from the oil and drain on a paper towel. If you bake it, it is really important that you have one layer of spinach on the baking sheet. Any more and it will be just warm, wilted spinach – also good and tasty, but not what we are shooting for here.

Crispy Baked Spinach

2 cups Spinach

¼ tsp Adobo Seasoning

¼ tsp Garlic Powder

¼ tsp Sea Salt

½ Tbsp Sesame Oil

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Drizzle the oil over the spinach. Add the spices and mix thoroughly. I like to use gloves because it’s easier to clean up.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and spread the spinach out on the baking sheet. Again, one layer is the key here. Any more than that and it will be soggy.

Bake for 6-15 minutes (If I use baby spinach, it takes about 6 minutes. If I use regular, it takes about 15), or until the edges of the spinach turn brown.

Try these with our delicious Sesame Seared Ahi Tuna and follow up with our delicious Coconut Macaroons!

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