Dash of Grace: A great pasta substitute
Try spaghetti squash with a variety of sauces for a fun, unique dish
Today we are going to have some fun with spaghetti squash. This is a vegetable that is fun to cook, serve and eat. A winter squash, it’s name comes from that fact it looks like strands of spaghetti when it is cooked, peeled, and shredded with a fork. It neither tastes nor smells like spaghetti, but has a mild taste that is wonderful with sauces you would normally eat over pasta, such as tomato or Alfredo sauce.
Technically, this dish is not a lasagna, since there is no pasta, but it is layered just like lasagna, in individually sized oven-safe casseroles, which are perfect for portion control, or if you don’t have personal-sized casseroles, an 8-by-8-inch baking dish will do.
In four individual 5-by-7-inch oven-safe baking dishes, ladle ¼ cup marinara sauce on the bottom of each dish. Top each with ¾ cup of cooked spaghetti squash and spread evenly. Top each with ¼ cup ricotta cheese.
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