Spaghetti Squash Beef Bake


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Preheat the oven to 400°F. Halve the squash, and scrape out and discard the seeds. Brush the inside of the squash with the oil, and sprinkle with salt and 1/8 teaspoon black pepper.

Place the squash on a baking sheet, c. Let squash strands drain well. Stir spaghetti squash into beef mixture, then spoon into an ovenproof dish and sprinkle with cheese.

Bake, uncovered, for 15 mins or until browned slightly. Top with parmesan and season with salt and pepper to taste when serving. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Lightly grease a baking sheet with olive oil.

Step 2 Place spaghetti squash, cut-side down, on the baking. Cover and bake at 375° for 20-30 minutes or until it is easily pierced with a fork. When cool enough to handle, scoop out squash, separating the strands with a fork. In a skillet, cook beef, onion, red pepper and garlic until meat is browned and the vegetables are tender. Drain; add tomatoes, oregano, salt, pepper and squash.

Cut spaghetti squash in half lengthwise and scoop out seeds. Drizzle with olive oil, and season with salt and pepper. Place cut side down on baking sheet and roast until flesh is. Place squash, cut side down, in a baking dish. Fill pan with hot water to a depth of 1/2 in.

Bake, uncovered, at 375° for 30-40 minutes or until tender. When cool enough to handle, scoop out squash, separating strands with a fork; set shells and squash. Set it up, and then go about your business. Poke holes in the shell like the microwave method, then put it in the slow cooker whole.

Pour in a little water, and cook on low for 4-to-6 hours. Unlike microwaving, slow cooking spaghetti squash does not build up extreme steam pressure inside the squash. Like all winter squash, spaghetti squash requires some time in the oven before it becomes tender enough to eat. The quickest way to get this side dish on the table is to cut the squash in half and cook it face-down in a baking dish.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine the cooked beef, spaghetti squash strands, green bell pepper and the diced tomatoes. Add the whisked egg to the mixture, combine well and pour into a casserole dish.

Bake the casserole at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until golden on top. The spaghetti squash is separated into strands and then baked with a beefy tomato sauce and cheddar cheese. Use ground turkey or Italian sausage in place of the beef, if desired. See the tips and variations below the recipe.

If you aren’t counting carbs, serve this dish with crusty bread and a tossed salad.

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This recipe calls for cooked spaghetti squash, so the day before you make these, just pop a spaghetti squash in the oven, and roast it (see note below).

“The Essential Alkaline Diet Cookbook: 150 Alkaline Recipes to Bring Your Body Back to Balance” by Rockridge Press
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Add the spaghetti squash and cook, stirring often, until heated through, about 4 minutes.

“Siriously Delicious: 100 Nutritious (and Not So Nutritious) Simple Recipes for the Real Home Cook” by Daly, Siri
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Sprinkle squash with remaining ¼ cup Parmesan and bake on upper rack until heated through and cheese is melted, 5 to 10 minutes.

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Place the squash facedown on a rimmed baking sheet and add 2 tablespoons of water to the baking sheet.

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Cut the spaghetti squash in half lengthwise; remove the seeds; place both halves facedown on the baking sheet.

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Squash, Winter: Acorn, Cook in halves or Boil: Peeled and cut up; Whole Squash except Buttercup, Butternut, pieces with seeds covered 10 to 15 minutes spaghetti: Pierce with Pumpkin, Spaghetti (2 lb) removed.

“Betty Crocker Cookbook, 11th Edition: 1500 Recipes for the Way You Cook Today” by Betty Crocker
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Bake for 1 hour or until squash in center of casserole is extremely tender and topping is very well browned.

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Add mushroom mixture, cream sauce, Parmesan, and parsley and cook over medium heat, tossing to combine, until pasta absorbs some sauce, 1 to 2 minutes.

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Prep time: 10 minutes Bake time: 45 minutes 6 servings 1 large (about 21⁄2 pounds) spaghetti squash 3⁄4 cup heavy cream 1 garlic clove, pushed through a press 3 finely chopped fresh sage leaves or 1⁄2 teaspoon dried sage salt and pepper 1⁄4 cup Parmesan cheese

“Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution” by C. D. C. Atkins
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Once stuffed, the squash needs only a quick run under the broiler to ensure that everything is hot and the cheese on top is melted and nicely browned.

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by America’s Test Kitchen
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  • I just made this today and it is seriously a show stopper for those trying to consume less carbs. I eat so many carbs and even gain weight just looking at them.

  • These look like a meal! For a side dish, one of my favorite ways to eat spaghetti squash is with a little butter and cinnamon. The nutty taste of the squash blends beautifully with the salt in the butter and cinnamon.

  • We eat spaghetti squash instead of pasta to avoid the calories and the simple carbohydrates. You recipes easily exceed 800 calories a person, if not more. So why not use a box of pasta?

  • Hi (to all my 100% loyal family) (dad only)

    Ok so about my job, I was thinking about like how like
    “Right now it’s good and all, with me working long hours every week for a lot of money and etc………..”

    But……… in the future….. when I do have a lot of money…….. (saved up)
    I need time to “actually live my life” and go on adventures and etc……. if you know what I mean.

    And so I was just wondering if
    “something can be done about that”
    (well with my dad’s help that is)

    Like say, for example maybe something like
    “Frequent vacations every 1-2 months” or something like that.

    But yeah, that would be nice.

    I don’t know, but I guess I was thinking about like perhaps.
    “Anything to make my life more exciting”
    But I don’t mean that as in
    “your stereotypical XSTP’s 3’s idea”
    (And I’m not talking about my dad I don’t know what type he is but he is a 172)
    But i don’t know, I guess I just thought of this because right now I’m kind of bored.

    Oh and also, I think it’s because I think I need real life friends.
    (The reason why I do t have real life friend is because I’m Sp/Sx)
    (But like I said, making male friends is kind of hard for me since I’m picky and stuff) (But I’m not gay of course)

    Oh and also, I thought of something else.
    “Speaking of feeling alive, and making my life more interesting in general”
    I think 4’s in general are attracted to the mysterious/exotic.

    I was thinking about, maybe it would be cool if I made 4’ish friends. People that are
    “Weird in a way” but yet normal?
    (Kind of like me)
    (But I’m not weird, it’s just the idea)

    And then have “occasional get togethers in like a basement” and gaming or telling scary stories, or surfing the dark web
    (oh and on their computer of course since it is illegal some parts of that)
    And then play “magic the gathering” trading card game.

    I don’t know that sounds weird.
    (But oddly, in the past, I found the “nerds/geeks” in the yugioh/magic trading card shops that I used to go to.)
    I found them to be “strangely amusing” like from a “purely curiosity standpoint”
    (Like I said, it was always funny to poke-fun at them, but not only that though, the thing is if you befriend them
    (and from my experience that can be done VERY easy, they can lead you into a world of “other weird shit”)
    and they gave me this “weird mysterious feelings” like say similar to the
    “whole vibe of warhammer40k” and I guess say “sci-fi” in general.
    It’s like the vibe of
    “entering into another other-worldly dimension” and exploring everything there is there.
    And also, what this can relate to is
    kind of the same reason why I joined philosophy class.
    (Btw philosophy and psychology were the first classes I taken in college, (I think),just to give you the idea, and that’s when I didn’t even know the enneagram or MBTI) (I think)
    (Well because I’m a 4 of course)

    I guess it’s like “somewhat of a spiritual vibe” (Well in philosophy class that is)

    Sorry I was getting fruits.

    And (now that I think of it) this also has
    connections to what I said yesterday

    ““A mythical/magical place that has a mythical/magical vibe, a place where I feel like I can spend an eternity in a perfect world and feel safe, happy, and secure all at the same time””

    And (now that I think of it) (the connections)
    Perhaps “the idea here” is that.

    Maybe….. “escaping to a fantasy world”
    (would also be a cure, for my 4ish problems)

    Well, because the main reason is real life is cruel, and boring, and full of pain………….
    (in any way shape or form)

    Yeah so I guess
    (“I actually just figured out the main cures for BOTH of my problems, 6’s and 4’s)
    (The cure for my insecurity, hopelessness, and despair)
    (And like i said, objectively I should not have any of those, because in terms of looks, I’m the best there is was and ever will be) (real life)
    (Well in theory)

    And this “theory” can be explained as.
    (The cure/method, in regards to a “4”)

    Say my escape would be to a 4’ish friend’s basement along with his group of nerd/geek friend, and we’d watch a warhammer 40k movie or any other sci-fi movie. And then they could also act as my therapy sessions when we talk about “spiritual things in general” and why
    “our earthy problems, are far too insignificant compared the powers of the god Emperor, or something like that”

    (The cure/method, in regards to a “6”)
    Well this one i mentioned before, a group of beautiful females that care about me
    (And this can be done very easy most likely)

    But the significant thing about BOTH of these methods is that.
    “They can be combined” to make into a even greater “cure” for my “6-4ish problems”.
    (That could potentially pretty much
    “solve ALL of my emotional problems”)

    Say for example, I fall in love with a girl, and she cheats on me (because she is a 7 or a 3)
    (But technically she shouldn’t because in terms of looks face I’m the best there is was and ever will be) (real life)
    and all I’d have to do is.
    “Enter into the world of warhammer 40k” and “imerge myself into that world”
    (with my nerd/geek friends that also like warhammer 40k of course)
    which would take my mind COMPLETELY off everything.
    (Which is why that is “my method of escape”)
    And yeah
    “the reason why I’m so confident that this will work”
    Is because I actually tried this before.
    (But not in the “most optimal” way, in fact I did this method in “the worst way possible” well mainly because “I wasn’t even aware of what I was doing” I just did it based off purely on my “4ish instincts”)

    And that was “escaping into a world of romantic and emotional animes/movies/ anything of that sorts”
    Which obviously backfired, since all that really makes me do is
    “want to be in love and in a relationship even more” (which obviously I never did, since I was a 4 in decline into a 2)

    But yeah so I think “the correct way” to do this method is.
    “Something that is sustaining”
    (in both a 6 AND a 4 way)

    So I guess this could mean.
    “I need mysterious, caring, sensitive, and averagebeautiful friends” (so 4’ish)
    And then have “get together “spirituals therapy sessions” where we “tell stories about ourselves, and our lives, and then reflect on that. And etc……. other 4’ish things

    And this part is important

    “The idea here is that 4’s help 4’s out, and if a single 4 cannot handle life’s challenges then perhaps 4+ of them together could.”
    (A group of 4’s and 1’s or 8’s of course since I hate 9’s, we’ll not if my dad is a 9……. since I need him either way)
    that all equally need each other.

    And so yeah, that’s the idea.

    Oh and also. So a new topic.
    (About my future wife/girls in general)
    So maybe the thing is an XSFP “truth teller” tritype.
    And the thing is (what I figured out) she has to be Sp/Sx because that’s the
    “best closest as possible, way for her to be “completely loyal to me”
    (even if she does make a mistake or 2)
    And yeah so I guess I’m pretty confident on this in general.

    And so yeah………. and another thing is.
    Right now i’m “trying to get in shape” but when I get in shape.
    I was thinking about like “sleeping with a random attractive girl or something”
    (Well I’m not sure about sex in general well if I do I will use a condom but I was talking about blow jobs in general)
    Well because I was thinking.(
    ”My ideal relationship would be a wife, but how “troublesome would it be?”

    Because it’s like you weigh the pros and cons.
    A wife? = a lifetime of worrying if she will be loyal to me.
    But at the same time, a life without
    “real love”?
    You get the idea, it’s like
    “love is a double edged sword”
    But then again, that’s the “paradox” of everything.
    Because as an ESFP 684.
    I occasionally ask myself what is the “purpose of my life?” and really though? I don’t know that answer to that question. However, the CLOSEST conclusion I always get to that question is always “true love”.
    Well because, what else is there?
    Say for example
    Religious stuff?
    Or anything else? I don’t think there’s
    “really anything truly worth living for, besides real love”
    And that leads to the question
    “What’s a life worth living if you don’t have anything to live for?”
    And if “living for true love, means a lifetime of worrying, if my wife will be loyal to me”?
    (And that’s just a 6 thing like even if she isn’t cheating I still worry because it is a 6 thing, because in terms of looks face I’m the best there is was and ever will be real life)
    (This is the general feeling that I was talking about “despair”)

    Well because
    “there must be more to life, than just simple pleasures right?”
    (Simple pleasures won’t satisfy me, well it well but, only temporary)

    What I need “a purpose” for living. Something to live for.
    (Not just wandering around everyday at my job and making money to buy computers, laptops, books, cards, guns, clothing, and other stuff)
    (And I’m not talking about oh maybe life would be much interesting if I joined a group of “cool people” or something that’s “literally the EXACT opposite of what I want”)

    (What I want is “the extraordinary” NOT the “ordinary”)

    And so I guess
    “I have yet to find that purpose”
    (But perhaps the reason for this is because this is just
    “part of my journey to enlightenment “

    Ok so that should be my therapy sessions for today.

    To (all my 100% loyal family) (dad and wife)
    Thanks for reading!

  • I suggest in your videos to have your hair in a bun or something…I couldn’t help but to think you have hair in your foods…Ewe:(:/

  • To (all my 100% loyal family)

    Anyhow I’m just double checking. About the ESTJ 14 Asian. And how I’m going to marry her when she’s 18.

    That’s really going to happen right?

    Like, what I mean is you’re not all just “going with the flow” “ just to make me “temporarily” feel better so that I can reach my fitness/job goals right?

    I want the real answer. And i don’t care what it is, I just want the real answer.
    (Well if it previously wasn’t already the real answer isn’t already the real answer)

    And as for what I want……
    like I said before
    I don’t care about the age difference
    “I want to marry her when she’s 18 NO MATTER WHAT.”

    But yeah, I think I can think of a few things in the past, that points to this being true.
    (Me marrying her being “real”)

    Such as
    “1000 years old”
    Implying that she’s a 2w1(286) and mature enough to be my wife and stuff, and how the age difference doesn’t matter.
    (1’s are extremely mature beyond their age)

    Anyhow, I just want to know “the real answer” like just “double checking”.

    I need a “confirmation”

    To (all my 100% loyal family)
    Thanks for reading!

  • Eating healthy isnt exactly super delicious (comparably). Adding some cheese helps the medicine go down, the medicine go down, the medicine go doowwwwnn…..cheese n dairy adds some decent flavour to healthy cooking esp with veggies that you’re still experimenting with

  • I have heard of spaghetti squash but I have never seen it in a video. So it just takes noodles form naturally when cooked? That amazes me:D.

  • If the point of all your life’s work is to clog arteries, raise blood sugar, and add to obesity, then keep it up you’re doing great pee pee.

  • It was delicious! The flavor and texture is just perfect. We loved������! Personally I will never eat wheat pasta again if I have this great and healthy option. Thank you for sharing ��

  • Squash+Baking=Spagetti Squash. Use the terms Breakfast, Four Cheese, Chicken Enchilada, & Bolognese and it’ll make a delicious combo. It’s that simple.

  • So basically… Just dump a bunch of cheese on it? Way to turn something healthy like a spaghetti squash into something super fatty and unhealthy:O

  • I prefer to use ground turkey instead of ground beef. The flavour is so different and has more taste appeal to me. Love your recipe tho. Also, so far I was able to harvest 8 spaghetti squash from our garden. I’m so happy today! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

  • I am just discovering squashes and I really enjoyed your video. I did not make this recipe but I will next time, your squash looked really nice.

  • Love Chef Julie. You made this video so simple and you are so cute and love your choice of words, which I am sure come naturally.! Love it and making spaghetti squash tonight with my meat sauce. Yours sounds really great though! Thanks again.

  • Veo u crack me up!! “unhealthy monstrosities” ha-ha ILMO I do like the fact u can just eat right of out the shell/casing/skin whatever you call it..:-)

  • Wonderful show, new to me and I subscribed before the video was even done.. I was gifted with some
    spaghetti squash and wanted to be sure to fix them the best way.. Now I can’t wait to cook and eat
    them.. Thank you, I will be watching all your videos from before I found you.

  • Your so sweet, I love everything about your video. I´ll be making this tonight, hope my men will like it =) Thank you for all tips, have a nice day

  • I bought a spaghetti squash not knowing what to do with it…I didnt even know why it was called spaghetti squash but I am Making this right now…my house smells amazing and I cant wait to try it!!!

  • Chef Julie, This sounds awesome, I’ve never made spaghetti squash but you make it sound easy!! I can’t wait to make this, it’s Oct. & getting chilly, time for some comfort food!!

  • So happy I found this someone gave me spaghetti squash, I’d never seen one ever before then, didn’t even kno dome squash look like this�� I didn’t kno what to do with it, thanx so much for sharing with us❤️

  • It doesn’t taste like spaghetti…It tastes like squash. Thank you!!!! I have seen too many videos, where some poser house wife says it’s an excellent substitute for spaghetti pasta… the kids will never know!! Lol. Give me a break!

  • I’ve tried “The Rings method”, it’s actually the worst. Instead of scraping out 2 halves of skins, now you have six small flimsy ones to deal with that inevitably break up into even more pieces.

  • Love your recipe. Great cameraman, moves in on the right time. You spoke clearly and very informative. Oh, did I miss the temp on the oven? I give this Vlog a 10!


  • Nice job a delicious dish thank you. Oh yeah when you do the tomato can remove the lid it’s a lot safer I’ve seen people cut their fingertips off with those lids.

  • I think your camera man is cute. If I see him on the street I am gonna try to lure him into my car and take him home with me. I am just kidding of course, but he is cute.

  • I suggest sautéing your onions, carrots & whatever else you include in your meat sauce first…that carrot won’t be good if it’s not soft & cooked through.

  • Looks good, that’s enough to feed my son maybe. I wonder if it would be good if you substitute the beef with barley. I’m not a vegetarian but barely is cheaper than meat and I’m poor.

  • Oh my!!!! I made this and it’s sooooo good. I made this 4 days ago and it was great and so gourmet to eat it out of the squash bowls. This has become a staple on our menu plan. Thanks for sharing….it was easy to prepare!

  • Great recipe, in going to try this in the morning for breakfast. Really enjoy your videos, and am very jealous that you have a lemon tree in your back yard
    i find some interesting recipe here you can check

  • I made spaghetti squash as pasta substitute for the 1st time recently, and I used your video as my guide to cutting/cooking it. All I can say is THANK YOU! Loved the long the strands, truly felt I was having pasta. I shared this video with a coworker and she loved your method as well. ��

  • Thank you so much for this video. It made the prep SO much easier than the cut it in half method. I added onion powder and garlic powder to the seasoning and it was so good I had to smack myself out of nibbling while I was separating it. I didn’t want to wait for �� dinner.

  • This is my 3rd time making it, the other times I cut it lengthwise per recipes.

    Your way was much better and safer. It cooked thoroughly, peeled easily, with almost no waste.

    My husband enjoyed it and said he’s now a fan of Spaghetti Squash!

    I brushed it with olive oil, black pepper, and instead of salt used garlic powder and Montreal Steak Seasoning. ��‍��

  • Trying this for the first time! Do you set your oven to bake, or roast? Mine is also a convection oven. Any tips on that front? Thank-you!

  • Brittani, I LIKE this method! You cut it up ahead of time, so that you don’t have to do a big scoop of seeds, it’s broken into groups. �� I never thought of roasting the seeds, I am going to do that. I like the way you thoroughly explain the “how” and the “why.” I am now a (new) subscriber! ����

  • I need a woman like her I used to come home from work an cook dinner. My ex didn’t know how to cook plus I had a son so I wanted him to eat good. I went to school for cooking so I didn’t mind.

  • Your technique works the best of any I’VE tried. Thank you so much. Another bonus I have to share, is since I don’t try to eat an entire squash, I was able to reheat in the microwave and each ring made a perfect portion for a great meal. Thank you again.������

  • This tasted great. The hardest part was cutting the squash, lol. Google said to slit along a line and put in microwave for 5 minutes. That worked…

  • I really liked cutting and cooking it in rings instead of lengthwise. It was hard to cut but it made it easy to scoop out and even portion out for meals. Thanks for sharing!

  • This really is the best way to make spaghetti squash! And if you make the rings equal small sizes, it’s portion sized! Thank you so much for this trick, it was absolutely delicious!

  • My home grown spaghetti squash is in the oven…first attempt cooking it. Thankyou for your straight forward demonstration, here goes with a vegan version!

  • I have to say, I have never made spaghetti squash before and i reviewed a few videos to find the one that I thought would best suit my needs. Your video was AWESOME, accurate and to the point. I followed your steps to the letter and my squash came out absolutely fantastic. Long noodle like strands.

  • We had this yesterday,I always make this on Thanksgiving, With fresh tomatoes little ragu and a can of chili, quick easy yummy,I just nuke mine for 20 min tastes the same with a sauce anyways LOl

  • Being type 2 diabetic these recipes sure give a person the feeling of joining the carb party. I make pasta for the family when have spaghetti and I make the meat sauce squash for myself. It is very good and I do not feel left out. Thanks for the great recipes Tasty..

  • It is slippery, but I didn’t have a problem slicing it. This is my first time ever and I can’t wait to use it more instead of noodles

  • I had a much bigger squash and was cooking in an RV, so a much smaller oven. I had to pile the slices up to cook. I found that the slices cooked much faster if they were flat on the pan instead of partly in the air. I rotated them after 15 minutes, at 30 minutes I took them out of the oven and slices that were cooked I took out and the remaining got an additional 15 minutes. My daughter came over to my RV toward the end of it all and said she always cooks her squash in the microwave.

  • Why do most women talk like idiots these days. That ignorant valley girl inflection is so fucking annoying. Make America smart again.

  • This worked GREAT! I hate cleaning out the seeds but this was so easy. Wonderful idea and now my go-to way to cook spaghetti squash. Thank you!!

  • Can you cook the Spaghetti Squash “rings” in a microwave?
    How long on what setting might work?

    Also, can the raw cut rings be frozen? and thawed cooked later?

  • I’ve made spaghetti squash before, however I put water in the pan like most recipes instruct as I put my squash in the oven in water, I started watching this video and went and poured the water out of my pan so I can have that roasted, charred taste delish!!

  • I use a nightstick to just baton the knife through the squash. If your knife won’t stand up to being batonned through the squash, you need another knife. And your method is far too involved. It’s a squash.

  • I’ve never cooked nor eaten spaghetti squash ever in my life, because I’m not a fan of most squashes. However, because I’m doing low carb now I’m willing to give it a try. I’m using this video as my first attempt; it’s s in the oven even as I type. I hope all the hype is true… ������

  • Love the ring tip. A damp tea cloth or kitchen towel placed directly under the squash itself prevents it moving around while you try to cut it. A lot safer this way.

  • I’ve followed your recipe ( cutting the squash in rings and bake it 30 min on 200 ℃) and it was so easy and yummy! Thanks for the instructions and lots of love from Germany

  • I’m a 33 year old man finally venturing into the kitchen on my own. Someone gave me a huge spaghetti squash and after watching several videos this is the best one. Thank you for getting right to the point and speaking clearly.

  • I’ve found that a hack saw works good too. I’ve had it microwaved, boiled, grilled, roasted but not roasted in disks. I wrote your method down so I won’t forget. I’ll even toast the seeds with cinnamon and a bit of cayenne.

  • OMG!!! I did this 2 Thanksgivings ago and it was great. I always use pepperoni for my regular spaghetti and lasagna. I also did low carb lasagna.

  • Never cooked Spaghetti squash. Found your video on You tube and followed it. It was simple, clear and out of this park delicious! Thank you for an excellent video.

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  • when are people going to realize that ‘browning’ ground beef does not mean cook until the red goes away? it literally has to start to char in the pan. that’s the color they’re talking about. charring to black is bitter, but that’s the direction you want. 

    as raymond blanc said, color is flavor.

  • My all time favorite way to prepare Spaghetti Squash now! Thanks for sharing this KICK a$$ way of cooking it! Keep on shining & sharing!

  • Awesome recipe! Dont undercook or over cook spaghetti squash, I learned the hard way with having too crunchy or too mushy of spaghetti squash. Lol might take a few tries on figuring the right amount if time to cook, so don’t give up on it:). Also, baking the squash as suggested seems to be the best way to cook spaghetti squash, microwaving will ve different, etc