When Alex cooked crisp-fried chicken with pineapple sauce, she also made a side dish—sautéed spinach with dried shrimps seasoned with soy sauce, oyster sauce, a little salt and a little sugar. For added kick, garlic and a generous pinch of ginger powder. Grated fresh ginger would have probably worked better but this dish was cooked on a day when we were out of fresh ginger so ginger powder was substituted. It was, nevertheless, a delicious side dish. Dried shrimps have this power to transform a plain vegetable dish into something wonderful.
To make preparation easier, see two articles on sautéing basics. You may also want to read about dried shrimps. That should help you decide what kind to buy to cook a truly delectable dish of sautéed spinach with dried shrimps.