Had some squash, zucchini and carrots and found this recipe-lucky I did! It is GREAT! A combination of great veggies, along with the crunchiness of saltines-marvelous-thanks for sharing!!
I was looking for a squash casserole after picking 8 out of my garden. So I found this one and it seemed healthy and delicious. I took ideas from the reviewers and here's what I did. I sauteed the onion in a soup pot and when they were soft I added the squash and carrots, a little water and cooked covered until soft. I like the one pot method easier but dont forget to strain this mixture well. Also, I found extra sharp horseradish cheese and I couldn't resist. Delicious. I added a can of cream of mushroom soup like a reviewer(chicken) did for moisture and creaminess. The only other change was panko bread crumbs instead of crackers because it's what I had but I did toast them in butter like the recipe called. I just absolutely loved it and I thought it was very light. Next time I won't add my crumb mix in and I'll scatter it on top like I was supposed to because it was the only thing I missed. Try it! Thanks for posting such a great recipe.
wonderful recipe!!! My husband hates squash but loved this!!! He claims it to be the best hangover food ever!! thanks! I did add a teaspoon of horseradish
Thanks Jen for sharing this recipe. I should have posted last summer when I made it the first time. Made again for tonight's supper, again delish. I add more garlic, but that is only for our taste buds. This is a great recipe for people with a surplus of squash from their gardens. BTW, freezes fine. Nana
Wonderful flavor! I did change around the directions a bit when I made this. I cooked the squash and carrots as stated than placed in a mixing bowl and added the onion,and I used only 1 egg, minced garlic, and I added a cup of Cream Of Mushroom Soup too and I also enjoyed the zap that a dash or two of tabasco sauce gave :) I than placed the mixture in baking dish and sprinkled garlic and herb breadcrumbs over top of dish. Turned out delicious! Thanks for sharing!
This was a really good casserole. I halved the recipe,using 1 green and 1 yellow squash. Make sure the squash and carrots are drained well or it'll be watery....I actually drained and then pressed down with a couple of paper towels to remove the excess moisture. The Tabasco is a nice touch in this. We enjoyed very much, thanks Jen!