Spinach Feta Bake

"Easy spinach casserole!"
 
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Ready In:
55mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine all ingredients, except 1 T. parmesan cheese.
  • Pour into greased casserole and sprinkle with remaining parmesan cheese.
  • Bake at 350 degrees 45-50 minute.

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  1. A la Carte
    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!
     
  2. Cookin in NJ
    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!
     
  3. LillyZackMom
    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!
     
  4. Peter J
    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.
     
  5. Admin  G.
    Yum! I did not use garlic in the recipe . Still delicious
     
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