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Spinach Timbale

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 This is the first time I come across this name 'Spinach Timbale' from a cookbook ~ Natural Gourmet's Kitchen. I'm not sure of the origin of this 'Spinach Timbale' but after googling for a while learn that 'Timbale' is a cooked dish that is baked and then turned out of it's baking dish to make for more spectacular servings and some said it's also prepared into individual ramekins. Anyway, if you're my regular reader, you must have know that I usually like to go for quick and easy recipes.  Since I have all the ingredients on hand, I went ahead to prepare this dish as an afternoon snack as I was quite curious about the taste. It didn't disappoint me at all when the finished product came out of the oven. This 'Spinach Timbale' tasted rich and soft like a custard, and moreover both the spinach and carrot are my favourite and versatile vegetable ingredients. Perhaps next time I'll add some cheddar cheese to go with it.  Hope you enjoy this post and have a wonderful ahead!


Spinach Timbale



    Ingredients: makes 4
     200g Spinach leaves   
     50g Carrot, cooked and cut to small   
     pieces
     2 Eggs
     170g Whipping cream
     1/4 tsp Nutmeg
     1/4 tsp Pepper
     1 tsp Salt or to taste

     Method:
  • Rinse spinach leaves thoroughly and cooked in boiling water, cool down in ice water and drain well and squeeze out any excess water before pureed.
  • Puree spinach leaves and all the ingredients together in a food processor till fine and add cut carrot into it and mix well..
  • Spoon the mixture into buttered moulds,
  • Put bain marie in the moulds and bake at preheated oven 190 degrees C for about 15-20 minutes or until firm.
  • Remove bain marie from mould and let it cool down a little then run a knife around the inside of mould to loosen the Timbale.
  • Invert on serving plate, gently lift off mould.
  • You may also squeeze some lemon or orange juice over Timbale when serve.



Enjoy!

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  1. lovely presentation looks wonderful

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  2. 好特别哦,很养生呢。。:)

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    1. 先吃点健康的,下个月就要大吃。。。 呵呵。

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  3. 这一道很特别哦!很有营养。我想吃,吃了变 ‘papie’ the sailor man!

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    1. 哈哈哈。。。那我一定要多吃!

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  4. Ooh...love the healthy look of this spinach, and the lovely presentation!

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  5. Ann~~
    u serve a special dish!!! like~~
    must mark tis recipe in my note~~
    thx ya!! nice~~

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    1. But I like your chicken herbal soup more :D

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  6. Hi Ann, I once made a chocolate Timbale and enjoyed how light it was. I love spinach and I would love to eat it as part of my healthier diet.

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    1. Sounds interesting! I must try your Chocolate Timbale. Did you post up?

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  7. 这个也太有创意了吧?
    你真的好棒:)

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  8. 好特别啊!没吃过。。可以给我试一试吗??

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  9. Ann, this is such a special and healthy dish!

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  10. This certainly looks healthy & tasty! The leaves reminds me of my Mother's Day Abalone Flower Dish. I was just thinking if I should make it again for CNY. The carrots definitely add colours to the leaves. Awesome, Ann!

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    1. Oh Shirley, I just remember you made the abalone flower dish for your mum last year.

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  11. Ann, I love your plating! Looks like a healthy snack, spinach makes Popeye strong :)

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    1. Phong Hong, Thanks! I wish I'm Popeye too :D

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  12. I actually like the taste of cream spinach... So I think this dish will taste fabulous. Very healthy indeed! :))

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  13. 我也是第一次看过,有点像年菜呢,呵呵。。。

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  14. What a beautiful presentation and I am sure it tastes wonderful.

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  15. I never had something like this...I will remember this recipe next time buying spinach from Costco :)
    Thanks for the recipe...Happy 2013 and have a great week ahead Ann!

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  16. It's beautiful. What a great way to eat more veggies. :) Hope you had a nice holiday celebration! ;) Wish you and your family a healthy and prosperous 2013!

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  17. You can never go wrong with veggies :D Love the look of your spinach timbale , Ann ! Simply nutritious !

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  18. Hi Ann, wow.... your presentation look so elegant. Look very inviting. YUMMY!

    Have a nice week ahead.

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  19. It looks beautiful and from the ingredients, it also sounds like something I would enjoy. :)

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  20. Oh it certainly looks spectacular how you presented...just beautifully made, and healthy too.

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  21. Interesting recipe, Ann. And yea it looks nicely presented.

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  22. Like your presentation and I just can't help admiring your clicks!

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  23. Ann, this is something new to me.
    It's looks healthy and nutritious!
    mui

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