Oh my! What a nice way to wake up! My husband and I had the recipe for breakfast and it was delicious. I used fresh tomato slices on the top instead of canned, because that was what I had. The flavors were so good together. Be sure and drain the spinach mixture well, and I let it sit about 10 minutes before cutting it. Thanks, Karyl Lee Carole in Orlando
I used 250 grams rindless diced bacon, TRUE! And blended ricotta and cheese with electric hand mixer too! Thought it would make it easier to spread for me! NO EGGS!!!! WOW!!! A BONUS FOR ME!! THANKS!
I made this as a side dish for dinner with pork chops and it was great! Mine was a bit runny, but I think that was because I didn't drain the tomatoes well enough or let it sit out before cutting into it. My roomie couldn't believe there was no egg and kept calling it quiche!
I tried to eat this for breakfast, but just couldn't stomach it, too much spice for me. My mom took this to work for lunch and she raved about how great it was. I never tried it later in the day, but I'm sure it would have tasted as good as she said. If I make it again, it will be for lunch or dinner.
This recipe is FULL of flavor, easy to make and perfect for SBD. Thanks for sharing.
This is excellent. I have made it twice - the first time as written in the recipe and the second time with a 28oz can of tomatoes and 6 pieces of back bacon as I didn't have a pie plate and used a quiche plate which was a little bigger. I too really dislike cooked spinach but found this delicious - no problem with texture or taste. Great for breakfast, brunch, or lunch.
I truly enjoyed this, and it was relatively easy to put together. Mine was a bit runny because I didn't drain my tomatoes enough. I didn't make any changes, and I thought the flavor was good as it is. (I had some non-spinach-eater complaints, but I knew they would complain, so it's no big deal.) This was good for a breakfast treat, and I also reheated it for lunch one day.
Very good. We made it for lunch, using ham instead of Canadian bacon, and kale (what I had on hand) instead of spinach. After tasting it, we called it South Beach lasagna! I plan to try it with a little ground sirloin and the spinach next time.
I'm not a big cooked spinach fan because of texture more than taste I think, but this was really good! I also used mozzarella and cheddar for the topping. Easy to prepare; a great choice for a SB dieter.