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Wow! This was an incredible recipe that we all loved! This may be the "new" lasagna in our house! I made a few changes: used ground beef instead of sausage, omitted the goat cheese bcuz I didn't have any, and added mushrooms to the sauce. Used diced canned tomatoes, reduced the onion, used a combination of minced garlic and garlic powder, and butter instead of olive oil. It was awesome, and I will definitely make this again! Thanks for Sharing! :)
We grew Spaghetti Squash this year and I looked for recipes to add variety. This was superb! Nice and cheesy. I did cut it in half for just two of us and it was enough for two meals. We don't eat meat so I used Morning Star crumbles in place of the sausage and increased the garlic as we like the taste of it. It was just as good reheated for the second meal. I will be making this again.
I cannot stop talking about this recipe. It is the best recipe I have found on here. I even made it for my Italian husband's family and I have been asked to bring it to every family dinner!! I wish I could give more than 5 stars because this recipe deserves it!!
Wowwwwww this was amazing. I'm a vegetarian so I used Boca meat crumbles and my carnivore DH said it was one of the best things I've ever made. I also substituted fat free cottage cheese for the ricotta, and as a result I calculated only 330 calories per 1/8 of a 9x13 pan. Naturally, then, we each had two and a half pieces. Haha. :)
Very good! I used leftover spaghetti squash and roasted tomatoes and basil from the garden instead of using canned, but otherwise followed the recipe. It was a love-hate thing for the family - 5 loved it, one hated it.
Good stuff! I had chevre, onion, zucchini, and yellow squash from my CSA box, so I decided to make a variation on this. I used my summer squashes instead of spaghetti squash, slicing them and sauteing in a skillet until lightly browned. I served it with rosemary batard grilled with garlic butter. My husband joked that it needed noodles, but he went back for seconds, so I consider it a win. ;)
I agree with the other reviewer who said this dish deserves more than five stars. I made this last night and absolutely cannot stop eating it! My husband loved it too, and he doesn't always go for my non-traditional recipes. We didn't even miss the pasta.
This was beyond fantastic. Keep meaning to make it again but it hasn't happened because it is labor intensive but SO worth it.
Yes, it was an excellent dish. Didn't have the goat cheese so grated some hard provolone cheese. Also being a vegetarian, instead of the turkey, I used white and portabella mushrooms with the onion in the sauce. It was delicious.
The family loved it - even the one who questions "imposter food" Thank you for posting.