How To Cook Spaghetti Squash

You just don’t see spaghetti squash on the dinner table often enough, I intend to change that. The best way to do that is to explain how to cook spaghetti squash. Spaghetti squash is actually quite easy to cook and the finished result is rather unique and very tasty.


Personally I’ve tried to boil, bake, steam, microwave and barbecue spaghetti squash with really good results. But if you like to experiment with food and new tastes, try smoking, marinating, frying or maybe even drying the spaghetti squash? I will probably try one or two of those when I get the time, so stay tuned.

Spaghetti squash is a plant, something not all know. It’s very nutritious and tastes great. When cooked, the “meat” of the spaghetti squash comes off the fruit in long strands, looking like spaghetti, hence the name. It’s quite easy to grow in a standard garden, so please give it a try. Your homegrown food always tastes better!

Spaghetti Squash

I will explain how to cook spaghetti squash in detail. I will also give you several tasty spaghetti squash recipes you can try. I will even give you extensive nutritional facts about spaghetti squash and also how to add spaghetti squash to different diets like low-cal and low-carb.

A nice detail that you might not know of is the possibility to roast the spaghetti squash seeds, turning them into a salty little snack. I usually use them as a snack when drinking a beer or two friday evening, but that’s not mandatory!

In the menu to the left you will find the extensive information I’ve collected on how to cook spaghetti squash and all other relevant information regarding spaghetti squash. After reading the information on this site, you will really want to try spaghetti squash.


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