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i've been wanting to make this for a long time and only just got round to do it. don't know why i delayed. these really are great little morsels. i halved the recipe and followed it exactly. they don't look very photogenic (spinach rarely does), but taste really good.
Made 1/2 recipe for the two of us and we had no trouble polishing it off with some sliced hard boiled eggs. Used fresh spinach and whole wheat bread crumbs. I used far less oil than called for and only one hour chill time since I forgot I needed any until it was too late. Dh is still convinced it had sausage in it. I'm not telling him any differently. Excellent recipe, Kitten.
These were delicious and a nice change as a side dish. I had a big bag of fresh spinach, so I cooked a good big amount, but of course it ended up shrinking! I squeezed as much moisture out as I could and chopped it up. I guesstimated amounts, using 2 eggs and enough bread crumbs to soak up the liquid. I used parmesan cheese, ordinary salt, and I did add the cayenne. I formed into "logs" and they browned nicely.I agree with Kittencal that people who think they don't like spinach would like these, because the spinach flavour is not pronounced. I love spinach and I loved these because the other ingredients blended so nicely with the spinach! Great recipe!
Wow! These were just SO yummy. Everyone devoured them eagerly so they are certainly destined to be a regular on my menus! Great, very easy to follow instructions! The only changes I made were to leave out the cayenne pepper (personal taste preference); I used freshly ground black pepper instead. And I used 1/4 cup of breadcrumbs and 3/4 cup flax seed meal (some extra nutrition sneaked in there!). I also added 1/3 cup of cheddar as well as 1/3 cup of parmesan. Thank you, Kitten, for another wonderfully flavoursome garlicky spinach recipe!