So, I kind of made up things as I went along, taking into consideration what I had/needed to use up and other people's comments. I had an entire squash (I ended up with 6 cups, so I have lots of sauce!), so I multiplied this recipe by 3. I read that a few people wanted more apple, so I chopped up 2 whole gala apples. I knew that I would be pureeing the sauce at the end (thanks to other comments), so I didn't worry about chopping everything small. I added one whole cucumber (quartered lengthwise then sliced) to the saute in the beginning. I had some spinach and a banana that needed using, so I divided the apple/garlic/onion/cuc mix into two pans. In one pan I added 3 cups of squash and a chopped ripe banana. In the other I added the other 3 cups of squash and a bunch of finely chopped fresh spinach. I didn't have any broth/etc, so I just added 1.5 cups of water to each pan, boiled and simmered. I decided to create a cheese sauce to add to the squash instead of just dumping in cheese (thanks to comments). In a third pan, I melted 1/4 cup butter, added 1/4 cup flour, then slowly added 1.5 cups milk, stirred until smooth. I added 1 cup grated colby and lots of parm. When that mix was good, I poured half into the banana pan and the rest into the spinach pan and pureed them both (separately) until smooth. Wow. I really enjoy both flavors! One is banana-y (which I like) and the other is more squash flavor, though it came out more watery than the other pan. Together they are Super!
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So, I kind of made up things as I went along, taking into consideration what I had/needed to...