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This is a delicious and easy recipe! I've made it several times now and it always gets raves.
The first time I made it my filets were too thick to roll so I just put some of the sauce/spinach/cheese mix in the bottom of the baking pan, then placed the fish on top and covered with a bit more of the sauce and spinach. That's been my method since then! I did not salt the fish as the feta is so salty. Great recipe! Thanks!

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Bitsymom February 15, 2011

DH was ecstatic, this was a full-bodied meal even though it was sensible. For two of us, I used 3 fillets and the remainder of a jar of spaghetti sauce and spinach salad, so this also helped me clean out the refrigerator. DH is not fond of feta cheese, so I used Swiss cheese for him (provolone would also work well). I served Paula Deen's Fancy Green Beans as a side to salvage fresh green beans in time, but there was too much going on -- a war of taste, Italian vs. Mandarin (although both recipes were fantastic). So it's best to keep it simple, and serve this with a side salad, and maybe a small serving of pasta. Thanks for sharing this recipe, ~Jen~. Made for Photo Tag.

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KateL April 19, 2009

Although I did make changes to the recipe I was very happy with the results. It was quick, easy, and with a salad and fruit made a nice meal. My change was to use a garlic & herb alfredo jarred sauce instead of marinara. I also added cracked black pepper. Thank you for sharing your recipe! Made for ZWT4.

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Susie D June 17, 2008
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