Home Grown Tennessee Squash Casserole Recipe

by Debbie
(Murfreesboro TN)

sliced yellow crook neck squash. amount depends on the dish you are using. I use about 6 cups for a large casserole dish.


diced:
large onion
2-3 ribs celery
1/2 diced bell pepper

one can mushroom, celery or cream of chicken soup. it really does not matter

cheese. I love cheese. I take the stairs instead of the elevator so I can eat a lot of cheese. at least a cup... whatever your conscience will allow.

2-3 large spoonfuls of low-fat sour cream. because it takes just the same as the big fat king...so be smart.

cracker crumbs or Italian bread crumbs...stir in about 1/2 cup...depends on how much squash you used....

secret ingredient: Tony Chachere's...lots of it..to taste.

350 oven
spray the casserole dish

saute the onion and celery first, then add the pepper for a short time. stir it all together. bake. you can top with cracker crumbs or cheese too... or not. bake for about 30 minutes or until hot and bubbly. rest it for a while before serving. Enjoy!

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by: Sam

I think this is one of the best recipes for the kids to maintain a good health. So I am going to try this recipe for my kids. I am sure that it will be a great recipe for them. Keep sharing such posts!

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