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french onion spaghetti squash

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Oh this is such a delicious recipe!  If you especially love French onion soup, then this is a must-try!  The spaghetti squash is not replacing another ingredient for caloric or gluten-free reasons as it often does when exchanged for pasta, but rather adds a new textural element and a great flavor when combined with the onions, cheese, and beef broth.  And anything that can be served in a little soup crock with melted cheese bubbling over the sides just makes eating fun.  I have found all of the ones that I own at Goodwill, but Amazon has a nice set of four if you can’t find any locally.  Two of the crocks I have are apparently from that set I’ve linked to and I’m kicking myself for not picking up the additional two that day at Goodwill because all four were there!  But – I found another set of three – a different style but at least I have enough crocks to feed more than two people now lol.  And you absolutely don’t need to prepare this in a crock – a baking dish works just as great such as an 8×8 or an 11×7.

I’ve been seeing more spaghetti squash available in the supermarket on the smaller side and have been buying two instead of one big one which are easier (and safer) to cut into halves if you choose to cut them before baking and quicker to bake in the oven.  I kept these guys whole – just poked a few holes in them with a knife.  And the crispy onions topping?  You can find at most gourmet markets including The Fresh Market but there are other brands as well at your local supermarket.

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admin - Thank you Michelle!! It’s really, really good!

Michelle | The Secret Ingredient Is - I love the use of spaghetti squash in this, so creative! It looks delicious!

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