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Wonderful squash recipe. Thanks for posting.
YUMMY!!! I threw in one zucchini because I didn't have enough yellow squash and we all thought it added some nice color. I used a level teaspoon of black pepper which my husband & I really liked, but was a bit much for our kids. I also used Panko breadcrumbs which I sprinkled on top without any butter. Thanks for sharing!
This has been a family staple for years and years. A must at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Once by mistake I forgot to cook the onions with the squash. This became my new way of cooking it. I chop the onions very small and add raw after the squash is cooked and drained. We really like the added flavor. I use Ritz crackers also. I sprinkle the top with grated parmesan cheese before baking. During the holidays to help with time, I mix my toppings for my casseroles and put in a ziploc bag to be added just before baking. I make this, my sweet potato souffle and my mac and cheese the day before, cool to room temp, cover and refridgerate. I take them out to warm to room temp, apply the toppings and then bake. Only I know how I managed so much food in one day!
Delicious and easy! Thank you.
Loved this. I added some cheddar cheese too. <br/>Next time I am going to seed my yellow squash. The ones I had were too seedy and messed up my dish...which otherwise was super!! <br/>Thanks for sharing.
I was looking for a new easy way to prepare squash and found the perfect recipe here. Delicious!
This is a wonderful and easy side dish. My in-laws request this every Thanksgiving.
This was really good and will be a great way to use up all the squash I'm about to have! I cooked the squash in the microwave until tender. I also sauteed the onion with a little garlic. Tossed all the ingredients together and topped with Panko. Will definitely make again.
I ate this at the Aunt Fanny's restaurant years ago and it was simply the best squash in the world. I give out this recipe to all my friends. It is a 5 star plus!
Simple but quite good! I love squash anytime it's prepared with onion and a bit of sugar and this casserole is different and better than a lot of others in that it still tastes like squash :) Used the organic version of Ritz crackers. Will make again! Thanks for sharing the recipe!