Stuffed Acorn Squash

Stuffed Acorn Squash

"Relates Susan Reynolds of Livermore, Colorado, 'One of my husband's favorite foods is acorn squash. I had an abundance of zucchini and acorn squash, so I put together this concoction. He pronounced it 'perfect'!'"
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1 h 25 m servings
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  1. In a medium bowl, combine the first nine ingredients. Add beef; mix well. Cut squash in half; remove and discard the seeds. Fill with meat mixture. Place in a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking dish. Cover and bake at 400 degrees F for 1 hour or until squash is tender. Uncover and bake for 10 minutes.

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I made this recipe last week and am making it again this week. Last time I substituted boca crumbles for the meat and egg substitute for the eggs. My husband LOVED it and so did I. I forwarded t...

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Mediocre-- The ketchup just really took away from the dish. I added shredded cheddar the last 10 minutes.

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I made this recipe last week and am making it again this week. Last time I substituted boca crumbles for the meat and egg substitute for the eggs. My husband LOVED it and so did I. I forwarded t...

Mediocre-- The ketchup just really took away from the dish. I added shredded cheddar the last 10 minutes.

I changed a bit; used cooked stew beef mixed with cooked rice and added stew tomatoes in place of the ketchup. I added fresh parsley and a splash of olive oil; spiced it up with some cayenne, g...

I made this dish for my girlfriend and now I have permanent culinary duties. An absolutely essential autumn meal!

I just made this last night and both my husband & I LOVED it! You really do taste the ketchup, so if you're not crazy about ketchup, I suppose you could just use tomato sauce instead. Personally...

Loved it. I did modify for a no grain/no sugar diet - used ground almonds instead of saltines and a couple of small seeded and diced tomatoes instead of ketchup ... and just realized I forgot th...

This is a very easy to make recipe with a great outcome. Tasty way to eat squash.

Pretty tasty!!!! I substituted sea salt for the salt, minced garlic for the garlic, seasoned bread crumbs for the saltines and cayenne pepper for the pepper

Skipped the saltines and ketchup. Added rice as substitute for saltines and diced tomatoes for the ketchup. I also added diced garlic instead of the garlic salt and used raw onion instead of dri...

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