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4/5/12 12:39 P

I found a few interesting ideas here:

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NOREENBX Posts: 761
4/5/12 8:35 A

I eat it plain with a little lite margarine and parmasean cheese. I've also used spaghetti squash to stuff portabello mushrooms. Be creative and add your own extras. Then bake for 25 minutes in the oven at 325. I've dont it a few times. It's all trial and error.

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THALLO Posts: 596
4/4/12 11:10 A

Thanks! I think I might try it with a curry tonight.

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JENMC14 Posts: 2,709
4/4/12 8:07 A

I typically only use it like pasta, but you could probably do almost anything with it. Flavor it with cinnamon for a side dish, perhaps. Use it in a curry. Puree it, mix it withmashed sweet potatoes, perhaps.

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THALLO Posts: 596
4/3/12 3:29 P

I like the flavor of spaghetti squash, but for some reason, just don't like it as a substitute for pasta noodles. I'd love to try a recipe for spaghetti squash that isn't an italian dish like lasagna or spaghetti. I'm trying spaghetti squash pancakes today from over in Spark Recipes, but I'm curious if anyone else likes spaghetti squash as something other than a noodle replacement.

Edited by: THALLO at: 4/3/2012 (15:30)
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