Spinach Souffle

This is often served by Turkish Jews on saturday morning after synagogue with coffee and burekas. I had this last week at a passover seder and thought it was really tasty. from Joan Nathan's "The Jewish Holiday Kitchen"

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  • preheat oven to 350 and grease a 1-qt. souffle dish.
  • cook the spinach thoroughly and drain well. Melt the cream cheese over boiling water and add to the hot spinch. Add the cottage cheese and matzah meal and mix well.
  • stir in the eggs, salt and pepper.
  • pour into the souffle dish and bake 40 minutes, or until light golden on top.
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"This is often served by Turkish Jews on saturday morning after synagogue with coffee and burekas. I had this last week at a passover seder and thought it was really tasty. from Joan Nathan's "The Jewish Holiday Kitchen""
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  1. enigmused
    This is often served by Turkish Jews on saturday morning after synagogue with coffee and burekas. I had this last week at a passover seder and thought it was really tasty. from Joan Nathan's "The Jewish Holiday Kitchen"
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