I try to eat as healthy as I can and I'm not one with weight issues, so I can eat as I wish. I would like to eat more veggies in general. So, I thought to try some spaghetti squash.
Anyone tried it? If so, how did you cook it? I'm planning to shave it with my fork and just drizzle is with olive oil and maybe some vinegar topped with feta cheese, oregano and pepper/salt when done baking.
Being that I haven't tried it before, does it bake quite soft? And is it a bland veggie that requires a lot of seasoning? How do you suggest I try it? I was thinking to have it as a side dish to my salmon or flounder.
Yeah, I started spaghetti squash a few years back (well, only made it like 2 or 3 times in all, but). It's great! Oh, and like the video in the quoted post above, I boil mine. But I didn't realize I could cut it in half and then boil!! Might do that next time (although it is pretty difficult to saw through...oh wait! that's the stem. haha yeah so if I cut it, I won't have to saw off the stem so that the entire squash fits in my pot! (well, maybe??)