Somewhere on what has become this ridiculously large website, there is a place where I talk about the way I had always cooked spaghetti squash-which was almost never anyway because, gasp, I didn’t eat it much. But I eat it all the time now and I have so many recipes using it I am going to list them at the bottom of the post. So let’s get on to spaghetti squash 101.
The biggest difference is how it is cut. Anywhere and everywhere you go people are saying and showing how to cut the squash and I believe it is wrong. After baking, the squash whole, it should be cut as shown it my picture and this is the reason why: The strands of the squash go around and around and around. If you cut the squash lengthwise you are cutting every strand in half. Does that make sense? I don’t have the foggiest idea how to tell you the number of servings per squash as there are so many variables. As you can see I did two medium squashes at a time but I sometimes package them for freezing in differing weights so that depending on what I use them for, I have what I need when I need it.
I do 5 oz. portions for a stand alone vegetable, and 6-7 oz. for various other recipes, let alone some of you have bigger families with younger or larger (husbands) members. For myself, I got nine 5 oz. servings from those two squashes and you will probably configure yours differently. Remember: It takes the same amount of electricity to cook two or three squashes as it does for one so plan accordingly. Mine were cooked for 1½ hours at 350°. I scoop out the seeds and then with a large spoon, I go between the outside shell and the flesh around until most (and you can’t get it all) of it comes out in one lump. The picture above is simply squash with butter and poppy seeds-so easy-so good.
At this point in my life I cook two at a time for several reasons, time savings and as I said, I do not want to run out. So there you have it. Listed below are all the spaghetti squash recipes on the site and the squash freezes beautifully.
As I am a Type II diabetic, all recipes on this website are low carb and diabetic friendly.
- Spaghetti Squash Latkes/Lemon Sage Butter
- Puttanesca Sauce
- Traditional Spaghetti Squash/Tomato Sauce
- Creamed Shrimp & Spaghetti Squash
- Baked Spaghetti Squash Casserole
- Spaghetti Squash Carbonara
- Creamed Chicken & Spaghetti Squash Bake
- Stuffed Red Peppers Spaghetti Squash 1012017-05-07 08:34:03Ingredients
- As many squash as you wish to bake.
- Turn oven to 350°.
- With your knife, make two steam vent holes, top and bottom in the direction you will eventually be cutting the squash.
- Bake about an hour if doing one medium squash and for additional squash about ½ an hour each.
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- Turn Squash after about ½ of your cooking time.