Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 20 min.
5 stars because my hubby says "it was good". He seldom says that something is good, let alone if it features spinach. I like most any thing, but would say that I did enjoy this recipe, as is (note: I followed the recipe,but used a 6 x 9 baker and used fresh spinach. I should have sauteed, drained, patted dry the spinach and then put in the baking dish, prior to the steps that followed.
Wonderful Valentines dinner!! Delish! Added garlic and Old bay seasoning to the sauce.
It was delicious but needed more salt and less rue.
So delicious and quick. Even the kids loved it.
Saw a review that said it was bland so I added a little more spices, some smoked sea salt and old bay with garlic. Since I love nutmeg in these types of dishes I added a wee bit more. I used fresh spinach and topped it off with some bottled artichokes that I had in the pantry. This was outstanding!!! I would definitely make this again!!
I made a double batch of this and brought some over to my parents. Very simple and delicious. Melts in your mouth. This is a keeper. Will make again and again. I did add one slice of American cheese to the sauce.
I was disappointed. I read all the great reviews and found it very bland. Usually I have better luck with these recipes!
This is so good - I made it twice in a week! Layered asparagus spears on top of the flounder - so yummy!
i am trying to introduce fish into the family diet. I was looking for a different type of fish in the market, but came home with this instead. I didn't have the frozen spinach, but a bag of fresh. So we made the fish as directed, and made a spinach salad on the side! It was quick, simple, and every one cleaned their plates. Thanks for yet another simple meal!! :)
Very good, simple and easy. Definitely doesn't taste "healthy."Thank you!