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Rice, Cheddar & Spinach Pie

March/April 2012

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (113 votes)

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 Recipe

27 Reviews for Rice, Cheddar & Spinach Pie

03/03/2014
Anonymous
Bland

I made this as given using fresh spinach, but found it to be very bland. I think more salt, pepper and a good dose of lemon would work wonders

Healthy
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01/07/2014
Easy, Healthy "Pantry" meal

I didn't feel like using another pan and I was short on time, so I skipped the Onion, and did not saute the garlic or the spinach. It was still tasty.

Easy, can have all the ingredient on hand in the freezer or pantry
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10/26/2013

My husband and I really enjoyed this. It was very satisfying as a vegetarian main dish. I'll definitely be making it again, but I will add a little more salt and pepper next time.

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10/03/2013
Anonymous
who needs recipes!?

I changed all the ingredients and this recipe worked great!

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Anonymous wrote 24 weeks 1 day ago

That is not a very

That is not a very constructive comment: what did you change???

08/29/2013
Anonymous
Tasty - we ate the whole pie!

This made a great dinner. I used the extra sharp cheese and the dish was very flavorful and tasty - I shredded a little bit & added it to the top of the pie but don't think it was necessary. I made a pot of traditional brown rice earlier in the day, after that the prep work was quick and easy. I'll be making this dish again. It would actually make a great brunch dish or light lunch for company.

Easy 'pantry' meal with basic ingrediants from your freezer & fridge, Tasty meatless meal
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