I grew up with this meal at home. My mom made it at our home in Italy all the time. It was so simple and yet it was so comforting. I often make it now still for dinner. I love that it has an carbs, protein, and vegetables all into one dish. We love to make it with a side of rice or a warm soup.
Here is a little video with Dorian.I love his cute introduction even though he left me halfway to go play with his friend who came to ask for him.
2cupsfrozen or fresh spinachdefrost and drain water first if using frozen store bought spinach
1/2cupshredded mozzarella cheese
1/4 cupgrated parmesan cheeseoptional
Remove puff pastry sheet from the freezer at least 15 minutes before starting to prep.to allow the dough to defrost. When using the store bough kind they will come with 2 sheets, and parchment paper included sometimes. You will only need one sheet of puff pastry for this recipe. Line a 3×9 glass baking pan with parchment paper. Open the puff pastry. When it’s softened and malleable it’s ready to use. With your hands or a pizza dough roller, gently and only slightly roll out dough on the counter top until it covers the entire bottom of the pan, plus all the sides. The four corners should emerge past the glass from the sides. You won’t need thin out the dough very much. Try and not over do it and not stretch and press down on the dough too much. By stretching it out just enough to have enough to cover your pan you will barely loose any thickness from the original sheet. Set it inside of your pan and on top of your parchment paper and keep all sides open like a box with the flaps coming off to the sides for right now. Cut the slices of bacon in half and line them across the bottom of the pan on top of the puff pastry.In a medium sized bowl, crack eggs open and mix them until yokes and whites are well incorporated. Add salt to taste. Add spinach and gently mix all ingredients together. Add the cheese, and mix it with all ingredients. Pour the egg and spinach, and cheese mixture inside of the baking sheet on top of the puff pastry and bacon. Gently pour it in so it doesn’t splash and come off from the sides. Gently fold the corners of the puff pastry over the top of the pie. You may do so around all the sides or just the four corners if there is not a lot of dough left. Cook according to puff pastry package instructions. Length may vary depending on brand and oven used. Usually a good rule of thumb is to cook it at 350° for about 30 minutes.
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