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Old 01-14-2012, 03:37 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by PattY1 View Post
I have a recipe called Squash Patties. It uses mashed squash, onion, salt, pepper, sugar, egg, flour and milk. Mix the batter and fry like potato patties.

those sound wonderful, i would leave out the sugar and use as little of flour and milk as i could. a nice way to eat more vegetables. might do tonight with the left over acorn squash . thanks.

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Mashed yellow summer squash...hmmm We had some yellow summer squash left over last night. My wife suggested I make mashed squash, like potatoes. I thought "ugh, like at the school cafeteria!" But, like a good husband, I didn't say a word and tried to show a little enthusiasm. She did, however, make a interesting suggestion. After boiling and mashing and putting butter on to melt in, put the french fried onions into it from the carton we had on the table. It should improve the texture. Now it goes into the the oven on a moderate heat level. Oh, and we put shredded sharp cheddar on top to melt in. I hope it turns out alright. I know this is not the typical one ounce of this and two cups of that, but it is a primordial recipe that is, it is an experiment. Some of the other recipes I reviewed, used those questionable boxed stove top stuffings for a topping. We thought melted sharp cheddar would be beddar. 3 stars 1 reviews
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