Familiar ingredients used in a new way
4 servings, 2-1/4 cups each
Kraft Catalina Dressing
chopped peeled sweet potatoes (about 2 medium potatoes)
of fresh spinach leaves, washed, dried
HEAT dressing in large frying pan on medium heat. Add sweet potatoes and onion; cook 10 min. or until tender, stirring occasionally.
ADD apples and pears; cook 3 min, stirring frequently.
TOSS with spinach in large salad bowl. Serve immediately.
Sounds great! Just wondering...can this recipe be served cold??
posted by fairydust
| on 12/5/2013
I don't understand this recipe. I burnt the catalina in the fry pan trying to cook the yams, ended up puttin them in the microwave to cook. Are the apples & pears supposed to be soft? I added some leftover ham and its surprisingly not bad, but i'd modify it more next time so its easier to make, and have extra dressing to add to the spinach
a cook | on 12/2/2009
This was an excellent combination of flavors. I found my yams took longer to cook then 10 minutes though. I added some water to the frying pan and steamed them to soften them up.
a cook | on 10/12/2009
I added grilled and sliced skinless boneless chicken breast to the top of each portion to make a meal.. It was delicious and so nutritious! This is a great recipe.
posted by pink039
| on 10/2/2008
This is a simple, and very flavorful side salad. The whole family raved about it. I will make this again, and often. I did add a little more dressing than the recipe called for.
posted by startrekjunkie
| on 9/7/2008
It would also be good as a side dish without the spinach.
posted by reneelantaigne
| on 8/3/2008
Delicious and so easy. I used catalina with bacon dressing and it tasted great!
a cook | on 5/24/2007
fast and easy, but cut the portion size in half if your planing a meal for two
posted by cassandrad
| on 4/15/2006
Easy to make and my guests raved over it....it's a keeper and also one to share.
a cook | on 3/5/2006
Awesome, tasty, full of flavour and color.
posted by Alsha
| on 12/12/2005
serving size = 1/4th recipe