Incredible Spinach Casserole
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- Ready In:
- Cook spinach or just thaw it- I usually microwave for several minutes.
- Drain very well.
- Add sour cream and onion soup mix. Mix thoroughly.
- Place in casserole dish.
- Bake uncovered for 30 minutes at 350 degrees.
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I've been making this for DW for years. Remember to drain the spinach by squeezing in a towel. For company, I use 4 boxes spinach, add the sour cream with 1/2 box room temp cream cheese, use 1/2 envelope soup mix. Crush 2 cups Pepperidge Farm regular stuffing mix. Sprinkle one cup in bottom of casserole and one cup on top. Looks much better and adds a crunchy creamy texture our family loves with less sodium.
I made this for a Thanksgiving potluck at church. At the end, only one spoonful was taken. I brought it home and my husband tried it and loved it! It was not pretty, but was very good. I think next time I will put cheese on top so that people will eat it, but at home we will continue to make it like the recipe says.
Wow! Wow! Wow! This was absolutely delicious! My husband, who, in ten years, I have never seen eat spinach, loved this (and so did I). I loved that it was so simple to make, and, yet, is was just fabulous...even company-worthy! I did not have packaged onion soup mix on hand, so I used Copycat Lipton Onion Soup Mix Recipe#24952, and it worked perfectly with this. This is going to be my new staple fancy spinach recipe, for special occasions, or any occasion. Thanks for sharing such a gem!
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I live in a small town in California's central valley, just south of Fresno. I have been an Elementary school teacher for 25 years, but am taking a year off for health reasons. I have 2 children, 2 1/2 grandchildren (third is due in January) and finally am having some time to enjoy them. I like to read, quilt,play on the computer geocache, and now have enough time to learn how to cook more than just a few staples.