Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

I found this in a church cookbook. It is another tasty sidedish. I have a mushroom farm not far so I am always scouting for mushroom recipes. I like using a variety to change it. Also different cheeses like Swiss, Asiago, etc. can enhance this dish tremendously!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Clean mushrooms well, wash and dry.
  2. Slice off the stems.
  3. Saute the mushrooms and onions in butter until brown.
  4. Drain the cooked spinach well and line a casserole with the spinach leaves.
  5. Spread 1/2 of the mushroom/onion mixture over the leaves, top with cheddar.
  6. The next layer again will be mushrooms/onion mixture topped with cheddar.
  7. Bake this covered at 350* for 20-30 min.
Most Helpful

Absolutely delish!!!! we just loved the recipe...used regular mushrooms with one box frozen thawed and squeezed dry spinach, I did add some fresh garlic (gotta have the garlic!!), about a tablespoon of Parmesan cheese, and freshly ground black pepper...oh yum, I am rating this much higher than 5 stars, this is a must-try recipe everyone, it's is a very tasty side dish. Another winner Glitz..thanks so much for posting, I will make this again....KC :)

Kittencal@recipezazz May 16, 2004

This came out a bit greasy from the cheese. Maybe parmesan or asiago would have been better.

mommymakeit4u January 17, 2011

I thought this recipe was so simple, yet so tasty!! I was looking for a way to add more leafy greens to my diet, so my husband and I decided to try this one. He used to make something like it at the country club he used to work at. The only thing he did differently was add a bit of cayenne pepper for a little ZING!! Delicious!

mommykish October 29, 2006