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Modifications: 1. Crockpot Onions 2. Pecorino Romano 3. Bulgarian Yoghurt (I used White Mountain) Everything else is the same. Instead of using the microwave (cancer, anyone?) I cut it in half and roasted it cut side down on a cookie sheet with parchment paper for 40 minutes at 400°. After preparing the filling as directed, I filled the shells back up and baked them following the suggested time and temp. Not moving them from the center rack, I then broiled them for 5 minutes. So delicious! This is going in my special recipe box.

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Charlotte P. January 16, 2016

I've made this recipe a few times when I didn't have Thyme to add. The third time I added it (and only half of what was called for) and in my opinion the Thyme ruined it. It's too powerful. So much better without it.

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Diane P. November 26, 2015

Love the way all the flavors play together with out one or the other dominating. Also love that it was not drowning in spaghetti sauce. Made as written using the 2 (large) garlic option. Will defiantly be making again. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl November 01, 2009
The Realtor's Spaghetti Squash Au Gratin