If you have some fresh spinach available go for it. However, I had to use frozen one. No worries, both ways it's going to work ... Wish I could say the same for my spinach in the garden, which didn't work at all this year.
Now, though, we want to cook ...
In case you are using fresh spinach, you might go ahead and wilt it beforehand.
Let us start then ...
1 onion, finely chopped
1 tsp dill
1 tsp cumin
Salt and pepper
2 cups (I used a small cup) of rice
4 cups of water
300 g spinach
Eggs and feta for serving
Heat up the onion in a sufficiently large pot. Add the chopped onion, the dill and cumin. Go on until the onions give you that certain look ... you know.
Get in the rice and water together with a pinch of salt. Toss in your frozen or wilted spinach, too. Then bring it all to the boil. Once you have achieved that, turn down the heat to very low and put on the lid of the pot. Let the meal work for itself for 20 minutes.
After that you might still want to adjust the taste with salt and pepper as you feel right.
Serve the Spankorizo with a fried egg for each plate and some cubes of feta cheese.
Then enjoy your Greek meal ... I indeed did. The fried egg and the feta give the dish the special something I wouldn't want to miss. Well, and preparing this dish is no big deal. It can easily be done.
There is still more great Greek food to discover. I hope you will also come up with some more lovely dishes for Bloggers Around the World.