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With mushrooms, spinach and cheese: very much my sort of favourite recipe! I made this pretty much to the recipe, except for using fresh mushrooms and adding a generous handful of baby spinach leaves to the thoroughly squeeze-dried frozen spinach. I also added 4 cloves of minced garlic and a teaspoon of fresh thyme leaves. Very yummy; very re-makeable! 8 serves? 6 people made short work of this at a family dinner by coming back for seconds, even though there were several other dishes. Thank you for another really easy to make winner, Kitten!
Made this for a main dish at Christmas for my DS who is vegetarian. Everyone at dinner thoroughly enjoyed this. I used sauteed fresh mushrooms. Thanks so much.
Fabulous! We loved this recipe. The only changes I made were: small white onion chopped and sauteed instead of green onion (personal preference). I sauteed a clove of minced garlic with the onion. Will make again!!
This was excellent! It's recipes like this that help make the transition to vegetarian easier on my DH. Since we're garlic fans I think I'll use garlic next time, though, like another reviewer did. Thanks for another great recipe!
Excellent. Made for my parents and sister along with my family. Everyone raved. The first time we made this was based on a search for some miscellaneous ingredients I needed to use up. I'm glad we stumbled on this one. I used sauteed fresh mushrooms and would highly recommend the effort to do that vs. canned.
Although I didn't use the spinach or mushrooms, this made an excellent plain cheese quiche, with a texture not unlike a firm souffle. I used one sheet of President's Choice Butter Puff Pastry,(this comes already rolled) and mixed the other ingredients in the food processor, so the dish was fast and easy to assemble, and the flavour was delicious. Perhaps next time I will vary the flavour by adding some mustard, or a little cayenne if I make it when I don't have vegetables available.