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|Calories670Calories from Fat400|
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|Calories from Fat400|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Alec Hartsuiker 19 days ago
this a good base but needs a few more things to help tie it all together. Thinking some pasta for volume and something for a flavorful kick.
Chelsea McCallen 2 months ago
i also used fresh spinach and cream of mushroom and a whole onion. only difference from the orginial recipe and i thought it was surprisingly amazing. next time might add more spinach and some mushrooms but it was very good!
Julie U. 4 months ago
I used cream of mushroom and fresh spinach. Used my own seasoning. It was really good. I’m not a salt overuser, and I didn’t find this dish salty at all. I only added a dash of Himalayan salt to the spinach. I also added a half can of milk to the cream of mushroom and added it to the meat.
Berger 5 months ago
It was an okay recipe. Like those before me mentioned, it is salty. And we didn't even add any salt. I would also say less spinach. To us it had a grainy and bitter taste. My children didn't like it and my husband said it was so so. Don't know if I'll be making it again.
Kerrigan Cornwell 5 months ago
It’s pretty good but I wouldn’t make it regularly! I’d do half the salt, a little less cheese and a little less spinach. And I love me some spinach! Great with franks red hot sauce on top
David 6 months ago
Really quick and easy. I used some of my leftover holiday turkey from the freezer, and my wife didn't like the salt level even without adding any more. I loved it as is. This recipe has a lot of potential for playing with the ingredients, such as different soups and/or cheeses, so I'll be working with it more in the future.
Joe 8 months ago
Good but salty. There is enough salt in the cheese so I would not add the salt.
Jillene Stevenson 8 months ago
Wouldn’t add the salt that was called for as the cheese was salty enough.
ernestine a. 10 months ago
Great❤️Will be making it again
Carmen S a year ago
Even with all the adjustments, I do not plan to make this again. Thanks very much!!
Trish Dyer a year ago
I really like this recipe. I didn’t use onion because I don’t like onion but used onion powder instead. Also used a block of mozzarella and shredded it myself. I added a little bit of extra salt. I’ll be making it again and next time I will add some bacon!!
Nadine B a year ago
Absolutely disgusting. Had to throw it away.
Carrie S. a year ago
Pretty basic meal. I added some minced garlic and added some cooked bacon. I liked that it was a dish that incorporated Spinach
Bridget Overton a year ago
i forgot to drain the juice from the meat but other than that it was very good
Jasso a year ago
The idea is good but it was just way too spinach heavy and I love spinach. Not super flavorful either, I wouldn’t make it again.
Melissa a year ago
was ok. i agree with most it needs more seasoning and im not a huge spinach fan and i thougjt it was to much
Mac 2 years ago
I really liked this recipe. However, after making it a second time, I decided to add a little to the recipe. The meat really needed more flavor, so I added 1/2 Lb. Jimmy Dean sausage and some garlic and onion powder while the meat was sautéing. It gave it a nice flavor. I also decided that instead of making layers with the meat and spinach, that I would mix them together after I added the eggs to the spinach. Be sure the meat is not hot or you will scramble your eggs. In addition, I felt that there wasn't enough salt, so I added 1/2 cup of parmesan cheese to the meat/spinach mixture. The last thing I did was to put only a 1/2 lb. (1 Cup) of mozzarella cheese instead of a whole pound (way too much cheese) and mixed in 1/2 Cup of cheddar cheese with the mozzarella. I like cheese, but the amount of mozzarella made it too thick of a slab of cheese on top. It sounds like I really changed the recipe a lot, but these were only minor changes and the casserole had so much more flavor.
Byrne 2 years ago
It was good and easy to make. I used fresh spinach instead of frozen and it came out great.
Natasha K. 2 years ago
So yummy and comforting
Nicole Silbernagel 2 years ago
turned out good! it was pretty tasty
John C. 2 years ago
Made a few adjustments but was easy and delicious!
Sonya T. 2 years ago
Turned out fantastic!!! I used fresh spinach instead of the frozen and cooked it down. I also added in garlic to give it a little more flavor.
Luciana M. 2 years ago
Made a few adaptations for it to be low fat. Lean turkey, fat free cream of chicken, fat free mozzarella and light margerine instead of oil. Incredibly delicious!!!
Amber 2 years ago
Turned out great! Next time I’ll probably thicken the meat mixture, but other than that, DELICIOUS 😋 Super quick and easy!
Lemoine 2 years ago
This recipe is alright. My husband liked it. I found it sort of bland for my taste, but that's a personal thing. I'll probably make this recipe again.
Hudson 2 years ago
Made this the other night. It turned out pretty good! Wish I had used more seasonings. My daughter said it reminded her of hamburger helper without the pasta. lol
Niecole Henley 3 years ago
Great!! My family loves it!! Another recipe to add to my collection!!
Danielle Phillips 3 years ago
I'd make it again! I used fresh spinach like some other reviewers mentioned, sauteed with garlic. After baking and tasting it I thought it needed a little something so I seasoned it with cajun seasoning. I'll season the ground turkey mixture next time. Overall a good dish. Also, the 10x12 baking dish that the directions call for was too big. I ended up transferring to a loaf pan.
Acosta 3 years ago
My entire family loved it!
sonia 3 years ago
good and quick. would do again