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Sole Florentine - substitution question

Deenso | Nov 8, 200402:34 PM     6

We're eating lots more fish these days and I'd love to make Sole Florentine for my husband. However, by definition, anything Florentine involves spinach and spinach is something he doesn't like all that much. What do you think would stand in for the spinach? I was thinking that chopped broccoli might work. Would I just treat the recipe exactly the same, including nutmeg, if I substituted broccoli for spinach? Any alternate suggestions?

TIA,
Deenso

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