Sausage Stuffed Acorn Squash

This recipe was adapted from a 1970's issue of Southern Living. The sausage and squash and parmesan cheese blend together to create a wonderful flavor. I use non-fat sour cream and a lowfat sausage to cut some calories. I usually serve this with a side dish of pasta, truly a good fall dinner and a family favorite.

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  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Cut squash in halves, remove seeds, place cut side down in 13 x 9 baking dish filled with 1 inch or so of water,bake until squash is tender, about 40 minutes. The squash can also be microwaved until tender,approx 15 minutes.
  • While squash is baking, crumble sausage along with onions,celery, and mushrooms and fry until sausage is browned.
  • Drain fat.
  • Mix together egg, sour cream and parmesan cheese, stir together with sausage mixture.
  • Scoop mixture into acorn halves, place back in oven, bake 20 minutes.
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"This recipe was adapted from a 1970's issue of Southern Living. The sausage and squash and parmesan cheese blend together to create a wonderful flavor. I use non-fat sour cream and a lowfat sausage to cut some calories. I usually serve this with a side dish of pasta, truly a good fall dinner and a family favorite."
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  1. Traci F.
    Making this again. One of mine and my hubby's favorite Fall meals
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  2. Patti B.
    Made it exactly as recipe. It was delish
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  3. Traci F.
    This is my 2nd time making this recipe. It is absolutely delicious. I'm currently making it right now and cannot wait for it to be done
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  4. Claudia Dawn
    This is the recipe I've been using for years. I love the richness that the sour cream & parmesan add. I reduce the overall cooking time by cooking the squash in the microwave; then finishing it off after stuffing in the oven.
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  5. carolinamom
    This recipe was adapted from a 1970's issue of Southern Living. The sausage and squash and parmesan cheese blend together to create a wonderful flavor. I use non-fat sour cream and a lowfat sausage to cut some calories. I usually serve this with a side dish of pasta, truly a good fall dinner and a family favorite.
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