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Thx for posting. We love feta and so I wanted to try this. I left out the raisins and nuts, and because I had no fresh spinach, I used frozen that was thawed and squeezed (relatively) dry. I had about 370 grams of the frozen, thawed stuff. I baked it for 45 minutes, as I was skeptical that it was cooked. My oven is also a bit cool. However, after I let it sit and cool a bit, it sliced beautifully. You can really taste the spinach in a nice way and it is not too greasy. Also I liked that it had only 2 eggs. I love eggs, but perhaps too much so I try to watch the cholesterol and fat and many of these 'crustless quiche' receipies seem to call for 5 or 6 eggs. I thought it would not stick together but it did. Wonderful - so easy and tasty !! This will be part of our rotation. I may try to add some garlic and onions next time just to see how it works with the feta.

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Greyhound Lover January 09, 2009
Easy Low-Carb Spinach and Feta Quiche