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She's not kidding, this is really easy. I think the prep time is more like 10 minutes. Tasted great and will make again, maybe add a little salt next time.
I made this to take to a potluck. It was fantastic. Super easy to put together at the last minute. I was suprised at how wonderful it tasted. Will definatly be making this again. Thanks so much for the great recipe. gibblet
Greatrecipie and I don't even like cooked spinach. I've made this twice in the last two weeks! I omitted the nutmeg the second time and used some italian seasoning sprinkled over the cottage cheese, liked that better. I also sprinkled some reduced fat cheddar over the cottage cheese which adds nice flavor. Tried it with fresh spinach (cooked with the onion and garlic) which was even better. Great dish.
Fixed this on Saturday to go with a chicken dish. It was wonderful and of course a cinch to make. I forgot to put in the cottage cheese that dh went back to the store for, but it was still great. Makes a light main dish with a salad or great side dish. Thanks, will make it often.
One of the better impossible pies I've made/had over the years. I used fresh spinach & added mushrooms (cooking both with the onions/garlic). I might mix the cottage cheese in with the spinach mixture in the future, I didn't like being able to see the curds in the finished product. I used an Italian cheese mixture b/c it was on hand, and that worked well--and freshly grated nutmeg, b/c I just love it!
I have made this recipe several times and I must say it is fast, simple, and tastes great! It keeps well in the fridge and can easily be warmed up in the microwave. I add sauteed mushrooms and a touch of cream cheese to my spinach mixture. For me, using finely shredded real Parmesan cheese instead of the grated cheese in a jar makes a big difference.
Yes, it is easy and it looks beautiful when finished! I felt like it was missing something... and I couldn't quite put my finger on it. Maybe I was expecting too much, as Greek food is usually quite flavorful, this tasted more Swedish to me with the baking mix topping over a simple spinach, garlic and onion bottom. I did love that this was good for you and didn't have a crust. I think I might add some kalamata olives next time.
I thought this was pretty good, but I found it a bit bland. It was better cold the next day. I will make this again but make a few changes: I would mix the spinach mixture in with the egg/bisquick and pour the whole thing into the pan rather than layering. I would also add more spinach, some seasoned salt and other herbs and maybe some diced chiles or other veggies for more flavor. I'm excited to try this recipe out with different vegetables - thanks for sharing!
This was good. It felt like an upside down quiche. I used 1 cup cottage cheese instead of 1/2, and whole wheat baking mix instead of bisquick. I also doubled the lemon juice and the ground nutmeg.
This was wonderful AND easy! We're trying to cut down on calories & this felt like we were "cheating!" Used fresh spinach & just wilted it with the onions & garlic. Thanks for sharing, Barb!