Quick No-Crust Italian Spinach Pie

This is a delicious no-crust savory pie that goes together quickly, and is very satisfying. The oregano and roasted red pepper give it a wonderful flavor. It is a good high-protien, low-carb alternative to quiche or to the Bisquick version of no-crust vegetable pies. The original recipe called for 40 minutes baking time, but it took a full hour in my oven. One pie serves 4 as a main dish (only 320 calories per serving!), or 8 as a side dish.

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  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Spray a 9-inch pie plate with cooking oil spray.
  • Use a strainer or colander to squeeze all the excess liquid out of the thawed, drained spinach.
  • Combine all ingredients, and mix until well blended.
  • Pour mixture into pie plate.
  • Bake 40 to 60 minutes, or until center is set.
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"This is a delicious no-crust savory pie that goes together quickly, and is very satisfying. The oregano and roasted red pepper give it a wonderful flavor. It is a good high-protien, low-carb alternative to quiche or to the Bisquick version of no-crust vegetable pies. The original recipe called for 40 minutes baking time, but it took a full hour in my oven. One pie serves 4 as a main dish (only 320 calories per serving!), or 8 as a side dish."
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  1. Chef Debi57
    This is a delicious no-crust savory pie that goes together quickly, and is very satisfying. The oregano and roasted red pepper give it a wonderful flavor. It is a good high-protien, low-carb alternative to quiche or to the Bisquick version of no-crust vegetable pies. The original recipe called for 40 minutes baking time, but it took a full hour in my oven. One pie serves 4 as a main dish (only 320 calories per serving!), or 8 as a side dish.
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