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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!
- Clean mushrooms well, wash and dry.
- Slice off the stems.
- Saute the mushrooms and onions in butter until brown.
- Drain the cooked spinach well and line a casserole with the spinach leaves.
- Spread 1/2 of the mushroom/onion mixture over the leaves, top with cheddar.
- The next layer again will be mushrooms/onion mixture topped with cheddar.
- Bake this covered at 350* for 20-30 min.
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 :)
This came out a bit greasy from the cheese. Maybe parmesan or asiago would have been better.
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!