Greek Spinach Bake
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 1 hour
I baked it for an hour and it was too dry. All I could really taste was the tanginess of the feta. Won't make it again.
Good all-round flavor, easy to prepare, and comes together quickly in terms of prep time, although baking time is a full hour. I put in a bit less cottage cheese and added more feta as well as another few ounces of spinach. After reading the comments from other reviewers, I added some traditional Greek spices such as dill and oregano. It was well-recieved by the family and husband asked to take some of the left-overs to work for his lunch the next day. Will repeat in future.
I did something fun with this recipe. I took 1 lb. of ground lamb, some chopped onion and garlic....cooked and drained it. I put it UNDERNEATH this entire recipe. It turned it into a Greek Shepard's Pie. The family loved it!
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I've made this several times and recently have substituted Greek seasoning blend for the salt and pepper. It really is good.
This casserole is a great meatless option for dinner. I have made it a couple times and have added a bit of dill to make it more like traditional spanakopita.
For those of you who thought this needed something, try using a flavored feta like garlic/herb or sun-dried tomato.
This recipe had a nice flavor, but it needed something. I added hot sauce.
For a food that is so low on calories, this is really filling and also quite tasty. Will be making again.
I subbed ricotta for cottage and used fresh, not frozen, spinach. Delicious!