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Reviewed for ZWT9 - made as part of a Greek meal with Mediterranean Stuffed Chicken Breasts and Honey Almond Green Beans. We enjoyed our squash cooked this way - made a boring vege quite tasty. Photo also being posted.
this is so simple but the flavors all work would be a great side for spaghetti zwt9
*Made for Australia/NZ Swap # 45* This was a quick, easy and tasty veggie side. The garden squash were all gone, but they looked fresh at the super. Served with salmon fillets and yellow rice, made a healthy and colorful dinner. Thanks for posting, morgangeiser.
Very easy and very good! I make yelloe squash this way a lot, but never seasoned with oregano. It put a whole new spin on the veggies! I love the texture. tender and not mushy and lightly browned. MMmmmm! Thanx for sharing.
Loved this delicious squash! So flavorful with the caramelized onions and all that oregano. Easy to make too - great recipe - thanks for sharing it! Made for ZWT9, The Apron String Travelers
So sorry for the late review... I actually made this for the May 2013 AUS/NZ Recipe Swap. I didn't have access to the computer at the time, so I wrote down my review with the intention of posting it asap. As you can see that never happened. So here is my review from May 16th-<br/><br/>I had planned on making this as a side dish to go with chicken and a nice big salad, however the chicken breasts were still a bit to frozen so I scoured the pantry to see what else I could make that would pair well with the squash. I decided to use the recipe to top angle hair pasta. I made one small adjustment to the recipe and that was I also added some crushed red pepper flakes just to liven up the pasta a bit more. A little fresh grated Parmesan added to the pasta and a nice big side salad and dinner was complete. A simple and tasty dish. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
This was a nice, easy lunch today along with a 3 potato salad. I used fresh oregano from my herb garden and actually threw in some fresh thyme and chives too! Yum! Made for the Australian Swap-April 2011.
Wonderful way to cook either crock neck squash or zucchini. We have been doing it this way for years with just a small change right before serving we sprinkle with a little Parmesan cheese. Thanks so much for the post.
We loved this squash. The only change I made was to cut up two roma tomatoes and add them in also. I cook squash like this all the time, but never thought to add oregano. It gave the dish a great flavor. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT6.
This was an interesting change from the normal sauteed squash that I am used to. I am not sure if I will make it again, as my husband prefers it the other way, but it was fun to try something new. I did find that it took much longer to cook the squash than 7 minutes - I think it was 20 minutes before it was close to done. For ZWT6 N.