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Easy Spaghetti Squash Recipes

 We should discuss spaghetti squash recipes for a moment. I'm taking a shot at a fun-stuffed spaghetti squash formula for fall. I saw that there are many various ways that individuals propose cooking spaghetti squash.

Here are the proposed strategies:

  • The heated or microwaved entirety
  • Steamed in a skillet of water on the stove
  • Cut into rings and heated
  • Divided longwise or transversely, heated cut-side up or down

Without a doubt, those alternatives will work, however, I have a solid inclination for one technique. My favored strategy decreases the measure of dampness in the squash and yields brilliant, caramelized edges that include additional flavor.

Here's my stunt: Cut the spaghetti squash fifty-fifty from the stem end to the base. Then, rub within delicately with olive oil, and meal it cut-side down on a heating sheet. There's somewhat more to it (see the formula underneath), yet that is the substance.

Simple, correct? Straightforward, no mush, simply delicate and delightful spaghetti squash! Thusly, the dampness pools on the skillet as opposed to gathering inside the spaghetti squash, and you end up with an ideal implicit bowl that you can stack up with garnishes.

How to Slice Your Spaghetti Squash in Half

  • Spaghetti squash has thick dividers, which can be hard to slice through. You'll require a sharp gourmet specialist's blade and a decent cutting board that won't slip. Professional tip: You can rest your cutting board on a wrung-out paper towel or kitchen towel to keep it from moving around.
  • Try to make a level surface so you can cut through the squash securely. Here's how I do it (see the video beneath for visuals and be cautious):
  • To begin with, rest the squash evenly on the cutting board. Hold the squash immovably set up with your non-predominant hand.
  • We will remove the supreme and base edges, so keep your hand a few inches from where you'll be cutting. With your predominant hand, utilize a sharp cook's blade to remove the top. Turn the squash around 180 degrees and cut off the base, again keeping your hand far away from the blade.
  • At that point, turn the squash upstanding, with the most extensive end against the non-slip cutting board. This gives us a steady situation for cutting. Start at the top and cut descending. Your hands ought to never be underneath the blade, or in peril's way.
  • On the off chance that anytime you are awkward with this procedure, stop and approach somebody for help. Security first!

Easy spaghetti squash Ingredients

  • 1 spaghetti squash
  • 2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • Sprinkle of salt and pepper


  1. To set up the spaghetti squash, preheat the broiler to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and line an enormous, rimmed heating sheet with material paper for a simple tidy up.
  2. Utilize a sharp gourmet specialist's blade to remove the most excellent and exceptionally base closures of the spaghetti squash. Stand the squash upstanding on a steady surface and cautiously cut through it start to finish to isolate it fifty-fifty.
  3. Utilize a huge spoon to scoop out the spaghetti squash seeds and dispose of them. Sprinkle the inner parts of each squash half with 1 teaspoon olive oil and rub it everywhere within, including more oil if important. Sprinkle salt and pepper gently over the insides of the squash, at that point place them cut-side down on the readied preparing sheet.
  4. Heat for 40 to an hour, until the cut sides are turning brilliant. Wait until the insides effectively punctured through with a fork. Little squash will be done sooner than enormous squash, normally!
  5. When the squash is finished preparing, lighten the insides with a fork to make the internal parts spaghetti-like. Fill in as wanted.