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Although definitely not 4 servings at our house, this is delicious! I used a slightly larger (12 oz) size of spinach and sauteed some fresh minced garlic with the onion before adding to the casserole. Not sure if that was a necessary step, but didn't want to have crunchy onion. Would definitely make again! Thanks for posting!

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StacyMD187373 September 18, 2009

Out of this world! I couldn;t wait for it to cool... I ate it right out of the 8" pie pan I cooked it in! I used low fat feta, three egg whites, and also increased the amt of low-fat cottage cheese I used to about 12 ounces, as I had some extra to use up. This is a perfect post-op gastric bypass recipe for stage 3 and beyond! Real high protein, and low fat (the way I made it). Over the top with flavor. Yummmmm...

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GotsaLuvMe May 07, 2009

Very good...and so easy. My spinach hating daughter even liked it.

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CasseroleNightMom January 29, 2008

Yummy! This recipe was so easy and very delicious. I used fat free cottage cheese and reduced fat feta cheese. The container of feta that i bought was 5oz so i just dumped in the whole container. This is definitely a keeper!

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batricefredsti October 21, 2007

Loved this recipe! I love spinach but this makes a very nice change from plain spinach, and goes really well with grilled meat or fish! I do like the feta with the spinach b/c it goes so nicely together. Next time I will add fresh garlic, and maybe a little bit of chopped chipotle or a few dashes of Frank's Red Hot. But I'll make this again soon! I wish I had some leftover for lunch today, so next time I will be doubling! Thank you Resa66!

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A la Carte October 16, 2007

This was such and easy and very tasty recipe!!! I didn't add the parmesan cheese, but it was still very yummy, I may add it next time. I just love spinach and feta and anything baked in one dish is a sure winner! Thanks so much Resa!

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Cookin' in NJ May 29, 2007

Fantastic and low calorie! Just what the doctor ordered. Cute dog!!

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Chef boyrdee January 06, 2007

This was so good that when I put it in my recipe book, I'm just going to double it. Even my 5 & 7 year old kids loved it! I served it at a dairy only meal and it was the first dish to be finished. The only change I made was to double the garlic from the original recipe...but then again, I ALWAYS double the amount of garlic any recipe calls for!

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LillyZackMom October 03, 2006

While mixing the ingredients I knew this was a recipe I would love before cooking it and was quite right! Because I was making only half the quantity as a side-dish for two I used a small stoneware bowl to cook rather than a casserole. I also served along with fish and it was a great combination.

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Peter J May 16, 2006
Spinach Feta Bake