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Spaghetti Squash Pie

Spaghetti Squash Pie recipe
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This sounds yummy! To those who had their squash burst: Make sure to pierce in many places before microwaving. I love spaghetti squash with frozen meatballs and a jar of more
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on 11/21/2013
25 min
1 hr
6 servings
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This sounds yummy! To those who had their squash burst: Make sure to pierce in many places before microwaving. I love spaghetti squash with frozen meatballs and a jar of my favorite spaghetti sauce, such a quick meal. I've also used spaghetti squash in place of white rice in dishes where you use the rice under veggies and meat cooked in a sauce, including Chinese to go. Sure cuts down on refined carbs.
HINT for WOOD501....for squash..split lengthwise first and take out seeds before putting in micro...cuts down on mirco time and ease of handling after cooking..should not explode that way either! Another suggestion... do not use cut & seed lengthwise...put it in steamer basket in pot of water on stovetop.. cooks very fast that way too !
This is delicious and re-heats well. I've made it 3 times and people have loved it every time. Next time I will cook the squash with plenty of time to let it cool before I have to prep the finished dish because juggling a steaming spaghetti squash didn't go well. This has made me consider other "spaghetti squash as substitute for pasta" recipes because it's so delicious!
I ended up making this after I found out that the squash I had just baked in the oven, that looked like a banana squash, was actually a spaghetti squash. Not wanting to freeze it immediately, I found this recipe, and actually had left over marinara sauce and ground beef in my frig. I ended up using an oval ceramic dish (what would be equivalent to a 9x13 pan) for my dish, using the fairly large squash that I had just baked for the "crust" and doubling the meat sauce ingredients, adding a package of sliced portabella mushrooms I had forgotten about in my vegetable drawer. I used only fresh purple basil for the seasoning, not adding nearly enough garlic for my taste. It was still delicious, and I already plan to make it again using the already prepared second "banana" squash I have just thrown in my freezer. I now have enough lunch to last me the entire week.
Loved it. Will add some minced garlic to the meat when browning for extra flavor. (Did use 9" Deep pie pan, worked ok.) Good idea to add mushrooms too. :)
This was a great recipe for spaghetti squash, even my husband agrees it's a make again dish. I used garden chunky sauce, which added more veggie to it, and extra cheese! Even better re-heated the next day, almost like a veggie lassagna.
I have a question, did anyone have the squash explode, mine did, at 9 1/2 minutes. It weighed 2.9 # which I thought was close to the listed 3#. I looked at it at 9 min and then kabluee, yes I poked it with a fork many times. Otherwise it was good, except for the mess in the micro.
Made this dish, my family really liked it, even my children. I added the garlic to my meat while I was browning it. I don't know if this makes a difference or not. This is a very good and easy spaghetti squash recipe!
Needed longer baking time as squash was not completely set up. I used ground turkey instead of beef. My husband said he would like more meat so will use a pound next time.
I am going to make this meatless by adding the Boca crumbles instead of ground beef. I'll also add garlic, mushrooms and onions. Will let you know how it turns out.
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