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Tasty and easy, my two favorite words for a recipe! I used Grands Honey Butter biscuits, and the sweetness was a nice complement to the beef mixture. I used fresh mushrooms (more than the recipe called for) but was otherwise true to the recipe. Will definitely make again!
This was good, we'll definitely make it again.
Something went very wrong. Biscuit never cooked despite 15 extra minutes. Big, soggy, tasteless mess.
I will be making this one again! My husband who never tries anything new loved it and even asked to bring some with him on the road with him, so I know it was a hit with him! Thanks much for posting this recipe!
OMGOODNESS! My family raves about this one! This is the 5th time I've made it and they can't get enough. I add both black olives and mushrooms, and for a little more flavor, I add dill weed. To save money, I use ground turkey instead of beef, no one knows any different because I didn't say a thing, it still comes out FANTASTIC!
One of my favorite meals!! I made this originally after seeing it in TOH, but when I saw it on here I just had to add my thumbs up. I like to use fresh portabella or "porteenie" mushrooms instead of the canned, but other than that, it is fantastic as-is!
Excellent recipe! I've made it about 5 times already and keep forgetting to review it. I originally made it exactly as written, but then came the inevitable changes to make it more South Beach friendly: I exchanged ground beef for ground turkey - less fatty and it went better with the feta. I exchanged fresh spinach for the frozen spinach. I hate mushrooms so I exchanged them with black olives. Exchanged 3 cloves of minced garlic for the garlic powder. Finally, which made the biggest addition, was instead of fussing with canned biscuits, I made the mile high biscuit recipe (using whole wheat flour intead of white) and just pressed that into the bottom of the pan. I used an 9x11 pan, doubled the ingredients and used the entire biscuit dough. Came out FABULOUS! Plenty for lucheon leftovers and midnight snacks for the guys. It's a regular on the monthly rotation now.
I made this last night, and it was easy and quick to put together. I followed the directions exactly, using feta cheese. However, neither my husband nor I really cared for it. The taste really wasn't bad, but it just wasn't for us. There was a lot of ground beef in proportion to the other ingredients, and it was more deep dish than I thought it would be. The beef, spinach and cheeses just didn't meld together like I thought they would. Each ingredient remained separate, even when baked. Thank you for sharing, but we probably won't be making this one again.
This was good and easy to make. I made it in an 8x8 dish and changed the proportions some. Only used 1/2 lb ground beef, but used the full 10 oz of spinach, and all the feta cheese. I also subbed black olives instead of mushrooms because thought they would be great with the feta. And they were. After I put it in for about 10 minutes, I thought "that looks really dry" Then realized I had forgot to add the drizzle of butter so drizzled some olive oil in middle of cooking, which took care of that problem. Thanks for the easy recipe. I usually have these ingredients on hand, so it will be a repeat for us!
this couldn't have been any easier! and hubby loved it! thanks so much, we will be making this again!