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Fabulous! Definitely company worthy but also very easy. Quick prep, and even with simple ingredients that you're likely to have on hand, the result is outstanding. I steamed the spinach in a large nonstick skillet, then dried it out and continued with the onions to to save washing a pot LOL. Used light sour cream, otherwise all ingredients as stated. The sauce is wonderful, creamy and flavorful and the bed of steamed spinach looks quite fancy and tastes even better. I enjoyed the cheese, but agree that the sauce is quite wonderful on its own and it could be skipped. I really like dienia's suggestion of Havarti, too, since it's one of our favorites. Thanks, Kittencal, for a great recipe!

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LonghornMama February 20, 2006

This recipe is simply outstanding! it is better than any dish served in a restaurant, and really deserves 100 stars plus! this I will make many times! Thanks.

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kusinera May 23, 2005

This was absolutely delicious & definitely restaurant fare! I used my ricer to squeeze the water out of the spinach, increased the amount of mushrooms & substituted minced garlic for the powder. I did, however, "forget" the cheese. This goes into my repeater binder - thanx Kitten! — Mar 5, 2005 Editted: I included the cheese when I made this for the 2nd time last nite; however, I will probably omit it in the future as the sauce is wonderful on its own! Thanx for another delicious dinner Kitten!

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CountryLady March 14, 2005

this is good try havarti or fontina for the cheese you will like it

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Dienia B. November 24, 2004
Chicken and Spinach Florence