HOW DO I COOK SPAGHETTI SQUASH. HOW DO I
HOW DO I COOK SPAGHETTI SQUASH. COOKING NEWS
How Do I Cook Spaghetti Squash
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I managed to find a bit of time to hit the kitchen and cook-up a meal for the fam....buttered fresh cuttle-fish with spaghetti in home-made tomato & mushroom sauce.
First slightly boil the cuttlefish...then gently part the fillet and do the zig zag cut on it as shown in my pics. Add pepper, salt, tamarind, curry powder, a bit of oil, chilli powder and then a bit of oyster sauce. Marinate for about 2hrs.
Secondly heat up a pan well and then throw in a bit of butter (not Astra, but butter)...before it all melts add a bit of soya sauce then the cuttle fish & pan toss till it turns golden...then add in the herbs, garlic and capsicums. Cook till you feel it's the way you like it.
Thats's the cuttle fish.
To make the spaghetti, boil it in water for about 20mins add sailt and bit of fish sauce to it to add a bit of taste.
To make the sauce, you will need 2 cups of water, with a cube of vege soup, 2 teaspoons of corn flour, 3 tomatoes, 2 tablespoons of tomato sauce, 3 cloves garlic, one big onion, herbs, chili powder and a bit of fish sauce...put the tomatoes into hot water and peel them...throw in the whole tomato in afterwards and squash them inside the vessel or u will loose all the nice juices if u cut it on a board...then add shredded mushrooms and cook till it's nice and thick. This'll take some time.
Then butter-up an oven tray, put a layer of cuttlefish, then some sauce, then the spaghetti, then some sauce, then the cheese. Follow this till the tray is nice and full. Bake for about 10-15mins...bake till its' golden on top...but don't overcook it. Serve with baked beans or just as it is. Before eating make sure to mix evrything well so that the top to bottom is nice and mixed.
Let me know how it goes....call me if u need tips. The mushroom will remove the nasty fish scent and taste since mushrooms don't have taste its neutral.
Enjoy Guys & Girls
Thanks to my Auntie Om who gave me the idea to cut up an old, hard squash that was sitting in my kitchen for like 2 months - and give it to the squirrels outside! I'd been looking at that damn squash, not wanting to eat it and feeling annoyed with myself for having picked it past it's prime (I think you're supposed to pick this type early or it gets all hard and bumpy). So, there it sat - this hard, bumpy, unappetizing squash that I felt too guilty to throw away, and too unmotivated to eat. I could probably knock an intruder unconscious with it. So I just kept it on my kitchen counter.
Then one day my Aunty Om told me she put some pieces of Pumpkin out for the squirrels in her back yard and they basically went nuts, attacking anything else in the yard that was orange, in the hopes it could be more of that precious pumpkin.
So I cut up the squash, plus this other super hard, big "spaghetti squash" that I wasn't sure how to cook, either. I did try a little of it and it was pretty good but it was a lot more fun to put it on the fence and watch the squirrels make it disappear. It is so damn cold outside these days, I got a lot of joy out of feeding the little critters. I did save some of the seeds, though, and plan on doing this again next year.
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