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Ingredients

How to make it

  • Cook Spinach; drain and reserve liquor.
  • Melt butter over low heat; add flour, stirring until smooth.
  • Add onion and cook until soft.
  • Add liquid slowly, stirring constantly.
  • Cook until smooth and thick; continue stiring.
  • Add seasonings and cheese; stir until melted.
  • Combine with spinach.
  • Serve as is or in casserole topped with buttered bread crumbs.
  • Flavor improves if refrigerated overnight.
  • This is also great as a dip.

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  • rosemaryblue 6 years ago
    This is a wonderful recipe. I make it often, and I use the hot Mexican cheese. Believe it or not, it is even good in the hot summer, served cold, as a dip. Have had the recipe for a long time. It is a real winner!
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    pudgy47 ate it and said...
    Zena, Made the Spinach Madeleine this is a wonderful recipe. Full of flavor one i will make often. Thanks
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  • sweetwords 6 years ago
    Love spinach recipes, and this one is a winner!
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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    Zena, what is "vegetable liquor"? I'm not familiar with that one...this recipe sounds delish!
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  • chefjeb 6 years ago
    This is miz ChefJEB (Marilyn) Chefjeb is full of it. We used to use the regular velvetta and jalapeno juice. Today we can get small blocks of hot Mexican Velvetta and that's I use. Do you have the River Roads II cookbook?
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  • chefjeb 6 years ago
    Kraft stopped making jalapano cheese rolls several years ago and after the River Roads cookbook was published. Some are using Hot Mexican Velvetta, which is a recommendation of the Southern Living test kitchens. But then you're stuck with a block of that stuff. We use regular Velvetta with a little juice from canned or jar jalapenos. It works. This recipe is in a lot of cookbooks and they all have the jalapeno cheese, because that was the original recipe. But these subs work and maybe we're back in the spinach madeleine business.
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  • crystalwaters 6 years ago
    Oh wow, sounds totally delish! Have bookmarked, thanks for a great post! :-)
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    pudgy47 ate it and said...
    Yummie!!!Like the sound of this. thanks
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