Thank you Johnney! I wondered if you could freeze this squash and you answered that for me! You did a great job explaining the different ways to make this squash. I will try them all. Many thanks again.
Thanks for posting these great steps. I haven't ever had or cooked with spaghetti squash before, but my husband and I are trying to eat healthier, so I thought I might give it a shot, and this is very helpful!
My first spaghetti Squash!!! And it was really good! Since my husband and I are doing the low carb diet we've really missed our pasta dishes and this helps fill the gap. I will be experimenting with herbs and additions as you suggested. Thank you for taking the mystery out of this delicious vegetable:)
I followed the instructions for microwaving & it worked perfectly :0)
Haven't tried spaghetti squash in years. Tried it tonight and it was wonderful. However, once I scraped the strands from the rind there was much liquid (water?). Suggestions?
never had this before and it was bangin!
Thank you, I hadn't made spaghetti squash in a long time and forgot how to do it. I used the oven method since it is cold out. Spaghetti squash should be on the menu even for people who don't care for squash (like myself) since it is so mild; it would go with almost ANY sauce a cook could come up with. Thanks again for a real "go-to" tutorial.
It was great in the oven! 1.5 hours with some stab wounds to the side made it come out perfectly. The 'noodles' were nice and fluffy, not damp like when I microwave it. Veggie hating husband applauded!
We have lived in a time warp and have never tried spaghetti squash prior to this! I used the oven method since it was cold outside, and it cooked up perfectly and shredded like a dream! I tossed it with butter and an Italian herb blend. It was scrumptious! My daughter added shredded Parmesan to hers, and made yummy noises while eating it. I might mention she is a veggie hater! Looks like spaghetti squash is on the menu again...especially when I mentioned alot of people use spaghetti sauce on it. I also cannot wait to try other herb blends with it. Thanks for sharing these techniques with us all, there's one for everyone, so no more excuses NOT to try spaghetti squash!
Do not cut squash lengthwise or you will get little short strands! Cut it on its width into 2 inch wide rings. You will get long spaghetti like strands that way. I can't get over how many people ruin this by doing it lengthwise....it isn't spaghetti like at all. Apparently the reviewers like 2nd best as they didn't seem to care? Appearance is important, especially on this vegetable as it has little taste.