Recipes - Vegetables - Squash
Acorn Squash Recipe
Acorn Squash is a special treat that comes around in the fall. Realize that it´s relatively high in natural sugars, so have this only occasionally! It is perfect for special meals.
Buttercup Squash Microwave Recipe
A buttercup squash is like an acorn squash - about cantaloupe sized, with sweet orange fruit. It is VERY easy to scoop out, microwave, and enjoy in only 10 minutes!
Butternut Squash Curry Recipe
This mashed dish is flavorful and delicious, and makes the perfect side dish for just about any healthy meal. Butternut squash is very good for you!
Easy Zucchini and Cheese Sauce Recipe
If you have a microwave and about 5 minutes, you've got a delicious Easy Zucchini and Cheese Sauce meal ready for you!
Fall Tian - Layered Squash Medley
This fall tian is a layered casserole involving eggplant, yellow squash, tomato, garlic and more. It´s perfect for a pot luck or other social event.
Green Squash / Zucchini Information
It´s funny how we decide to give different vegetables different names. How come apples of all shapes and sizes are apples - but we have cucumbers, green squash and zucchinis?
Ratatouille is a vegetable medley that became very popular in the 70s. It can be easily made with random veggies you have lying around, and it´s VERY tasty!
Spaghetti Squash Casserole Recipe
This spaghetti squash casserole recipe is very easy to make, works wonderfully in the microwave, is quick, and delicious too! Plus it's healthy!
Spaghetti Squash Recipes
Spaghetti squash is a wonderful food for healthy people to eat. Spaghetti squash is easy to grow, can be cheap in stores, is tasty, and has few calories or carbs!
Winter Squash Information
Winter Squash is simply a category of vegetable. It includes all the "hard sided" squashes like pumpkins, butternut squash, acorn squash and so on. All are quite healthy for you, and tasty too!
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