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I did not like this as much as my bf. We omitted the onions because I don't care for them. I omitted the garlic salt because I sauteed fresh spinach in garlic and olive oil. I thought the sour cream was a little overpowering. Next time (which my bf informed me there needs to be) I will half the sour cream and up the milk and cream cheese. Definitely a good base recipe that I will adjust for my tastes. Thanks!!
This was so yummy. I omitted the onions, because I was out of them, but it still turned out tasty. My husband, who is not a big veggie eater, even scarfed it up. This will definately be made again at our house. Thanks for posting!
I halved the recipe and made a few changes to pump it up to a "company casserole" but the original recipe probably rocks, too: *Instead of lowly macaroni, I used rigatoni. * Instead of powdered garlic, I used 1-1/2 teaspoons fresh garlic *Instead of defrosted spinach, I used a 10 oz. bag of fresh spinach with the stems removed. I left the leaves whole and layered the casserole as follows: spinach, all of the other ingredients, 2nd layer of spinach, and final layer of the other ingredients. * I sprinkled about 1/2 cup of crispy cooked bacon bits on top of the first layer of spinach. Warning: Fresh spinach takes a lot more room than cooked spinach so you'll need to use a 9 X 13 casserole dish for this 1/2 size recipe and you may need to squish down the last layer to keep the casserole within the confines of the dish.
I thought this was going to be good as I was mixing it up but I was wrong - it was wonderful! :) I made exactly to the recipe except I halved it and used skim not low-fat milk (and added extra pepper). Delicious! Thanks for the recipe Parsley!
YUM! I made this today and it was really good. I didnt use any low fat ingredients though. I also used low carb noodles which was awesome. So cheesy and delicious. And it did kinda taste like spinach dip! Thanks Parsley!!!
This was very yummy, and a pantry staple, because I had everything on hand. I think I would put the onion in the macarroni cooking water for the last 2 minutes or so to soften it up some. Will make again, thanks.
I would make this again but I would use less sour cream and I would saute the onions before adding them to the mix. Used some fresh spinach and some low-fat mozzarella cheese. Thanks Parsley! :)
I really enjoyed this dish. When I took my first bite, I said, "This tastes like spinach dip." And then the light bulb went off: next time I'm adding artichokes! Also I think I'll sautee the onions first to soften them before I add them to the mixture as well as add some fresh garlic. I can't wait to try this again. Thanks for posting!
It was really easy to make and my husband thought it tasted great. It's a good way to get my son to eat more vegetables.
This was yummy, comfort food for sure. I used whole wheat elbow macaroni and 20 oz spinach (mine came in 10 oz blocks), so a few changes, but I thought we still got the benefit of the yummy cheesiness and the healthy spinach! Thanks, Parsley!