Sphaghetti Squash
Whether you’re looking for a new, #seasonal main dish or side, you must try #spaghettisquash! Try it as a #pastasubstitute or serve along side fish or chicken. This vegetable is low in calories at 42 per cup, but a good source of #fiber, Vitamin C, beta carotene and Vitamin B6. It’s good for skin and digestion.

Sphaghetti Squash

INGREDIENTS

  1. Squash

PREPARATION

  1. 1To enjoy, simply cut in half, scoop out seeds, drizzle each side with a bit of olive oil and place face down on a baking sheet in an oven preheated to 400 degrees
  2. 2After about 35 minutes, remove from oven.
  3. 3Using a fork, scrape to create the spaghetti-like strands.
  4. 4Keeping them in the shell, top with marinara sauce and a bit of shredded parmesan.
  5. 5Return to oven for a couple minutes on broil until cheese browns and bubbles. Enjoy!!

Whether you’re looking for a new, #seasonal main dish or side, you must try #spaghettisquash! Try it as a #pastasubstitute or serve along side fish or chicken. This vegetable is low in calories at 42 per cup, but a good source of #fiber, Vitamin C, beta carotene and Vitamin B6. It’s good for skin and digestion.

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