Scalloped Spinach

Scalloped Spinach created by Janni402

My great-aunt made this for lunch when I was visiting and I loved it. It was not like anything else I'd had (was only in my 20s at the time) and, fortunately, she willingly shared her recipe. I haven't tried it w/ fresh spinach but I think it would be even better. (Recipe is easily doubled) EDITED TO ADD: I made this using parmesan cheese for a holiday dinner and loved it. Also left off the bread crumbs and didn't miss them a bit!

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  • Combine spinach, onion, eggs, milk, cheese, salt, and pepper.
  • Turn into 9x5x2" loaf pan; top w/ buttered crumbs.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or til knife inserted halfway between the side of the pan and the center comes out clean.
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"My great-aunt made this for lunch when I was visiting and I loved it. It was not like anything else I'd had (was only in my 20s at the time) and, fortunately, she willingly shared her recipe. I haven't tried it w/ fresh spinach but I think it would be even better. (Recipe is easily doubled) EDITED TO ADD: I made this using parmesan cheese for a holiday dinner and loved it. Also left off the bread crumbs and didn't miss them a bit!"
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  1. evewitch
    I'm not sure I drained my spinach enough, because mine turned out extremely wet. It also took longer to cook than I expected, even at 400 degrees. I used a mixture of cheeses and didn't use the breadcrumb topping.
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  2. Jezski
    I'll not rate this because although it was good, it just wasn't to our taste. And taste is certainly a personal thing!
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  3. amy.cleaveland
    Amazing! I first found this recipe in the Betty Crocker cookbook. I typically use sharp cheddar cheese, extra pepper, and a little less salt. I did notice that certain brands of spinach don't need draining; to prevent those batches from drying out while baking, I sometimes cover the dish while baking or toss in some extra milk. Thanks for posting!
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  4. Janni402
    Scalloped Spinach Created by Janni402
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    Scalloped Spinach Created by Janni402
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