Rice, Cheddar & Spinach Pie

March/April 2012

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This rice, spinach and Cheddar pie is a cinch to prepare—especially if you have leftover cooked rice. If you don’t, follow package directions for 4 servings to get about 3 cups cooked rice. Serve with steamed artichokes with light mayo mixed with lemon for dipping.

Rice, Cheddar & Spinach Pie

28 Reviews for Rice, Cheddar & Spinach Pie


I made this per recipe(I did add more garlic), but found it very boring and blah. There was very little flavor, despite adding 2 extra cloves of garlic. Might be better with a different rice(I used plain brown) and if I made it again, I would probably use Feta instead of the cheddar

Delicious... just a couple changes for next time

Making the pie was super easy... instead of the frozen spinach, I used 6oz of fresh spinach. I think adding a little more cheese would make it even tastier (although not healthier) and maybe some broccoli next time. I also put all the ingredients in my cast iron skillet and made it a "one skillet meal". My husband definitely enjoyed this new recipe.

Here's the finished pie in the cast iron skillet... looks yummy.
Great tasting!

This was so delicious! I made it just as the recipe instructed, loved it. I think I would throw some crisp bacon into it if I were making it for my meat loving friends.

Nice texture, browned just right
Rice, Cheddar & Spinach Pie

Excellent, quick together, dish that had all at the table asking for seconds! (and that included 2 vegetable leery adults and a 3 year old). Sauteed the oinions in an oven safe skillet so that I could bake the pie using only one pan (instead of a pie pan). made clean up a snap!


Loved this, I did do colby/jack. Used 3 eggs and only 2 cups rice. Used more spinach. This was fantastic! Even my 4 year old loved it and asked if we could have it every night!!!!


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