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This was great! I loved it! So yummy! I just skipped stuffing the squash, halved the recipe and used it as a side dish, but it could definitely work well for an entree.
Please!! Calorie count, or my hubs won’t eat it!
Hi, Elizabeth! We don’t currently calculate nutritional information on our recipes. I’d recommend using an online nutritional calculator like this one!
like this one
I haven’t made this yet, but I’m wondering if they can be kept and eaten at a later date & time. The recipe looks delicious, but I live alone and can’t eat all this at once!
Hi, Sarah! Yes, I think these would reheat quite well, actually. I’d cover them with foil and bake in the oven until warmed through. Enjoy!
I didn’t bother pureeing the squash either. It was fine to just smooth it out and mix it with a spatula.
Delicious! I served with a wedge of lime for extra flavor. So good!
This dish was really Good! The pureed squash brought the dish together. I made a pot of collards for a side dish and it was all very filling.
A big Yes to this recipe :)
Any substitute to white wine please?
The alcohol will cook off…but a rice vinegar may be a good substitute.
I agree with you, I am always excited about plant recipes. I eat meat as well, but prefer to reduce it. Great recipe!
I’m on it. Brother and his wife here for dinner this weekend, and this will be on the table. Considering using a large Kambucha (sp) and serving it family style.
I made this as directed and loved it. Two cups of brown rice is way more than you need to stuff a couple of squash, but I’m happy to have extra rice for stir fry or soup or whatever–very tasty , especially if the stuffing is pureed squase w/ rice, rather than rice w/ pureed squash.