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    There's nothing like Spanakopita for a quick lunch, or dinner side dish. Although it's a pain to make there are shortcuts you can take with almost the same taste, spinach balls.

    used 2 packages of well thawed shopped spinach (Drain very well!!!)
    1/2- 1 lb feta (usually 1/2 pound is enough, but I love feta)
    1/2 lb ricotta, or cottage cheese
    *** If desired - 1/2 lb cubed Swiss cheese (yeah, I'm a heart attack waiting to happen)
    I box of stove top corn bread stuffing
    2 Vidalia, or Spanish onions diced
    i/4 cup chopped parsley or dried parsley leaves
    2 eggs well beaten
    1/4 tsp nutmeg
    add salt, dry pepper

    Now the easy part
    Mix everything in a bowl and form into 1-2" balls
    place on a cookie sheet and freeze. Once frozen place in a ziplock bag for storage

    Heat oven to 350 and bake your desired amount for about 15 mins, or lightly browned

    This is way easier than using that phyllo dough

 

 

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