Fast Sauteed Spring Mix

Fast and Easy Sauteed Spring Mix

Spring Mix greens are found in most grocery stores. They are packed with baby greens that are extremely healthful and delicious, and are usually added to salads. But did you know you can cook Spring Mix? Below is a video demonstration of a REALLY fast and easy way to cook Spring Mix. The written recipe is below the video. The recipe calls for only one small tub of the mix. But it can easily be increased so you can use whatever amount of greens you need to. I hope this helps! Let me know if you try this method…I’d love to hear from you!


Fast Sautéed Spring Mix
Makes about 2 Servings

1 (5 oz) tub Spring Mix*
Garlic powder**
Salt and pepper
1/2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 or 2 lemon wedges, or 2 teaspoons vinegar of choice

Rinse the Spring mix and spin it in a salad spinner to remove excess water. If you don’t have a spinner, place the rinsed mix in a colander and allow it to drain well. Do not dry the greens with a towel. Do not skip this step because the little bit of water on the greens helps them to cook.

Transfer the Spring mix to a bowl and sprinkle with garlic powder, salt and pepper, all to taste; toss it to disburse the seasonings. Heat a skillet over medium heat. Add oil and allow it to heat briefly. Add Spring mix and sauté it for about 1 minute, just until it starts to wilt. Remove from heat and drizzle with lemon juice or vinegar. Enjoy!

*This recipe can EASILY be increased to using any amount of Spring Mix that you want. Just be sure your pan is big enough to handle the fresh greens at the beginning.

**If you prefer to use fresh garlic, omit the garlic powder. Chop garlic cloves (any amount you want) and place them in the skillet immediately before adding the greens. Proceed with instructions from there.

About Judi
Julia W. Klee (Judi) began her journey enjoying “all things food” in elementary school when she started preparing meals for her family. That love of food blossomed into a quest to learn more and more about health and wellness as related to nutrition. She went on to earn a BS Degree in Food and Nutrition, then an MS Degree in Nutrition. She has taught nutrition and related courses at the college level to pre-nursing and exercise science students. Her hunger to learn didn’t stop upon graduation from college. She continues to research on a regular basis about nutrition as it relates to health. Her hope is to help as many people as possible to enjoy foods that promote health and wellness.

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