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I love sautéed yellow squash with sweet onions and sautéed spinach with garlic, but this was the first time that I combined the two. I could see scrambling a couple of eggs with the veggie mixture by whisking the eggs in when adding the spinach for a hearty breakfast, a healthy lunch, or a light dinner. Thank you, Janet Knowles, for a delicious vegetable combination.
My hubby and I really liked this dish! We had tried a similar dish at a restaurant and I was trying to duplicate it. This one was just as good! I did not have the Morton's seasoning either, so I used salt, pepper, and a sprinkle of onion powder and garlic salt in addition to the garlic and onion in the dish. It was great! Thanks for posting, Janet!
Guess what? I couldn't stop eating this either. For something so simple, it really delivers on flavor. I was able to find the Morton's seasoning, but did not have roasted garlic (or the time to do so), so I just added regular garlic, which was fine. I like the suggestion of adding mushrooms and may do that again. I also used 2 medium zucchini and a 6-oz. bag of baby spinach. The result was delicious! Thanks for posting this.
We enjoyed this recipe. I added some mushrooms. I didn't have any morton's nature seasoning, so I just used salt and pepper. The recipe still turned out okay.
I have made a version of this dish for several years. Tonight, I prepared it with sliced zucchini instead of the yellow squash as a side to some grilled steaks. My hubby loves it. I have added sliced mushrooms and even a chopped tomato near the end of cook time to make a bit of a sauce on the veggies. This is always a favorite at our house.