Honestly I am not sure how I feel about this recipe. I, like another reviewer, was a bit turned off by the crunchy texture of the squash. I cooked it an extra 15 minutes and it was still crunchy. I've never had sp. squash before so maybe it's normal? Due to the reviews, though, I think not. Anyways, I couldn't decide whether I liked this or not, but I found myself going back for "test" bites after dinner, although a big part of that was because I love feta cheese! I want to try it again, because it's very healthy, but I will try the microwave method of cooking the squash next time. Other than that, I added finely chopped broccoli and cauliflower to the onion saute, which admittedly did not fit the Mediterranean flair of this dish, but it was very good and didn't overpower the dish in the least. Omitted olives because I don't like them. Overall, I am curious enough about this dish that I am definitely going to try it again. The only other thing is that this just screamed "cold salad" at me, not "warm dinner." But I stuck a bite in the freezer for a few minutes and it was ok, but also good warm, so that's how we ate it (warm). Hmmm, I am definitely going to play around with sp. squash a bit more. Update: Microwave cooking the squash changed nothing, still crunchy. Didn't like it as well the second time around, but added an egg, formed patties, dunked them in cornmeal/breadcrumbs, and pan-fried. This was delicious. Kids ate with ketchup, I ate plain.
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Honestly I am not sure how I feel about this recipe. I, like another reviewer, was a bit...