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TIP OF THE DAY: Making Spinach Dip

Are you making your famous spinach dip for the Super Bowl?

Most recipes call for thawed frozen spinach. The least favorite part of the preparation is squeezing out all the water.

Most people just take the cold, wet spinach in their hands and squeeze it, bit by bit.

There’s a neater way: Use your potato ricer.

To keep the spinach from falling through the perforations in the ricer, line the container with a thin, clean kitchen towel.

  • Looking for a new spinach dip recipe? Try this Kansas City Crab Grass Dip.

    There’s an easier way to squeeze it
    dry. Photo courtesy Birds-Eye.

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