Recipe by CVERNSMITH
"This is my mother-in-law's recipe and it is great!"
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winter squash, peeled, seeded and cut into chunks
chopped green bell pepper
grated Parmesan cheese
I wasn't quite sure when I was making this what the texture was supposed to be like. I used one butternut and one accorn squash, sliced them and removed the seeds, then peeled, cubed, and boiled the pieces along with the onions. Once they were good and soft, I smooshed them with the mixer, along with the rest of the ingredients. Topped with the bread crumbs and baked. I got lots and lots of compliments on it.
Sounded good, but we didn't care for it. Bland, mushy, and too much mayo.
I cooked this recipe for my parents, grandmother, brother, and my niece and nephew. They all loved it! It was extremely easy to make and even the kids wanted seconds. I added garlic and a little bit of sour cream, and I used Italian breadcrumbs. This will be a summer favorite.
This was a great recipe. It was delicious and easy to make. The thing I liked most is that it didn't taste like the usual squash casseroles that you use cream soups in. It has a very unique, light taste. My husband loved it.
This had really good flavor, but the 2 eggs gave it an unexpected consistency that we didn't really like. Would make again with one, or even no eggs.
We liked the Posh Squash. I used Miracle Whip I was out of Mayo. The Whip gave it some Zip. The wife even took the left over’s for lunch. Will make again.
All the recipes I have ever seen for this use summer squash. I was surprised to see that so many people liked it with winter squash. It is wonderful with summer squash (and easier) so I will have to try with winter squash.
I used half sour cream and half mayo, added salt and pepper and only used one egg. The flavor of the suash was good but I was not crazy about the bread crumb topping. It seemed a little dry and didn't do much for the flavor.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 252
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