Delicious and oh so easy. I make variations of this using different spices. A tip for cutting large squash: Poke holes in the squash with the end of a knife and microwave on high for 3 minutes. This softens the skin and makes it much easier to cut and seed.
This was great! I substituted the tomatoes and peppers for vegetables that I like better. I also added about 1/2 cup of wine to the chicken and veggies while they cooked on the stovetop. Also, I used muenster instead of cheddar (about 1 cup), because that was what I had on hand, and I also sprinkled a bit of parmesan on top. This is going into my rotation!
Made this for a dinner party and it was a huge hit. Per one of the comments, the flavor was a little bland so I seasoned the chicken with Mrs. Dash. I made two casseroles and froze one for later. It froze well but be prepared for more moisture when it thaws and cooks. Anyhow, very good and a nice presentation! I will make it again
I make this recipe up into two casseroles just for myself, and serves me four times. I must admit sometimes I eat one whole casserole as one serving. This freezes very well, and then when placed in the oven its still perfect. All I need is a glass of wine, and a small salad.
Great recipe! I diced fresh tomatoes myself the night before and left them to soak in italian seasonings in the fridge overnight. I left out the cheese, and I did not bake it. I put the chicken and veggies on a bed of spaghetti squash and served with fresh corn on the cob. It was amazing! Loved it. My picky son even asked for seconds twice.
I made this for dinner the other night. It was delicious! I did not have green peppers or red onions on hand, so used yellow onions and carrots. Like one of the other reviews, I sprinkled parmesan cheese on top before baking. This is a keeper for sure!
We enjoyed this dish last night. Mostly followed the recipe with two small variations. Microwaved the squash for about 16 minutes (seeded halves cut side down) to save time and heat in the kitchen; Added a half cup of white wine to the skillet and reduced the liquid before adding the squash and tomato to the pan.
This turned out really well and everyone liked it. It was a tiny bit watery, but I think that was because of the tomatoes I used. Great Value (Walmart) brand Italian diced tomatoes are awful. The consistency is more like crushed tomatoes. But overall the recipe was good.
A nice side dish when made without the chicken. Do not overcook your spaghetti squash, or else it will not turn into "spaghetti noodles". . .found that out by mistake! We still prefer our squash sweet over savory, but this was quite yummy. THANKS!