I made 4/5ths the quantity due to a slight shortage in the spinach department! Baked this in an 8x8 pyrex dish and got 4 good sized portions. We had this hot on day 1 and cold the next. Slight dissent in the ranks over the rating; Mr B preferred it hot and awarded 4 stars: I preferred it cold and give this 5 :-) Loved the flavours, texture and ease of making. I did have to make a couple of changes; I used canned artichokes ('cos that's what I had to hand) and as I don't have any savory I was generous with the thyme and added a touch of concentrated mint sauce (the Kitchen Dictionary says of savory "A herb in the mint family which has the flavor of both mint and thyme")! Next time I might add a little smoked cheese to the mix.
I cut this recipe in half and we enjoyed it. I think I would probably like it better with canned artichokes rather than the marinated as the vinegar taste was pretty dominate at times. I will make this again as we are always looking for good ways to have spinach and this is a goon one. I loved the edges.
Great Casserole! We are fans of artichokes, spinach, eggs & cheese so I knew this was going to be a hit. Next time I make this I will do as bluemoon suggested and add garlic to the mixture. Thanks Karen!!!!
I was bound to love this: it includes so many of my favourite ingredients. It is a quiche-like recipe without the pastry, so much healthier. The instructions were easy to follow, and it was quick to make. I didn't have any savoury so I added some oregano. I used a combination of cheeses, including a tablespoon of parmesan. The only other change I made was to add 4 cloves of minced garlic (just l-o-v-e the stuff). I also minced the onion. So delicious! We enjoyed this warm, then I enjoyed it again next day at room temperature as a take-to-work lunch. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe, kzbhansen. I'll be making it again - SOON. And next time, I'll be doubling the recipe.