4 Reviews

I'm not sure what happened here. The casserole was fairly bland, and really needed salt and pepper. The stuffing on top was burnt, and most of it had to be removed. I followed the directions exactly like written, so I have no clue why my results were so different from the others.

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~Bliss~ August 18, 2007

Really good and quite different from the summer squash casserole I usually make Creamy goodness! I could make a meal of it! It has my high recommendation.

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BarbryT June 04, 2007

I chopped the onion and cooked it with the squash; then when I added the squash to the chicken soup mixture, I added the onion at the same time, because they were all mixed in together. (The instructions say just to add the squash but I wonder if they don't mean to add the onion with it.) Like da Kitchen, the other reviewer, I omitted the onion powder. I also cut the amount of butter in half. The result was an excellent no-fuss vegetable casserole that was really enjoyable.

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echo echo October 04, 2006

This is so tasty! I used a combo of yellow squash and zucchini and boiled them with a whole large Vidalia onion. Because I used so much onion I omitted the onion powder. Everyone liked this dish a lot! Even my squash hating DD gives it 4 stars, but since I'm the one rating this, I'll give it a full 5! Thanks Redneck for a great new summer time favorite.

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Denise in da Kitchen July 22, 2006
Herb Seasoned Squash Bake