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So you took a gamble on a spaghetti squash — it does have a pretty clever sales hook , after all — but now you're staring at this canary-yellow gourd wondering how on earth it could ever be transformed into anything resembling pasta. You're full of doubts and hopes and perhaps a dash of healthy skepticism. I get that.

Well, buckle up, because today we're pulling some culinary alchemy and transforming squash into tender tangles of spaghetti — no spiralizers or any special gadgets required. You just need an oven and a half-hour of your time.

The number-one question you want answered before heading into this, right? The answer is yes ... and also no. Once cooked, the yellow flesh of this squash will separate into long strands that you can, indeed, top with marinara sauce and twirl around your fork. The texture is like angel hair pasta — it's tender and chewy, but a bit fragile.

This funny fairy-tale adventure from debut author Sarah Courtald is the story of two very different sisters-Eliza, who longs to ride into battle against villains and dragons, and Lavender, who would give anything to be a pampered princess. Before the end of the story both of them have had a chance to fulfill their dreams, though not quite in the way they intended...

Accompanied by their depressed goat, Gertrude, with their granny's warnings about the Black Death ringing in their ears, they head out into the forest and come face to face with an evil count who definitely does not have their best interests at heart.

Buckle and Squash: The Perilous Princess Plot was the winner of the Sainsbury's Children's Book Award for Fiction Ages 5-9

Buy Buckle and Squash and the Monstrous Moat-Dragon Unabridged edition by Sarah Courtauld (ISBN: 9781447255550) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low …

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Heat 1 Tbsp olive oil in a 12-inch non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. Dab chicken dry with paper towels. Season with a fair amount of salt and pepper, 2 tsp Italian seasoning, 1/2 tsp garlic powder, onion powder and lemon zest then toss to coat (I just added the seasonings to the chicken on the cutting board). Melt butter in pan with olive oil then add chicken and cook 3 minutes then flip and cook opposite side until chicken has cooked through (center of larger pieces should register 165 degrees), about 3 minutes longer. Transfer to a plate and tent with foil to keep warm.

Heat remaining 1 Tbsp oil and 1 Tbsp butter in same skillet over medium-high heat. Add zucchini and squash, then season with salt, 1 tsp Italian seasoning and 1/2 tsp garlic powder. Cook tossing occasionally until just tender, about 4 minutes. 

Return chicken to pan with zucchini and squash. Drizzle in lemon juice and toss. Sprinkle with parmesan and parsley. Serve warm with more parmesan and lemon zest if desired (I served mine over cooked orzo which is delicious).

So you took a gamble on a spaghetti squash — it does have a pretty clever sales hook , after all — but now you're staring at this canary-yellow gourd wondering how on earth it could ever be transformed into anything resembling pasta. You're full of doubts and hopes and perhaps a dash of healthy skepticism. I get that.

Well, buckle up, because today we're pulling some culinary alchemy and transforming squash into tender tangles of spaghetti — no spiralizers or any special gadgets required. You just need an oven and a half-hour of your time.

The number-one question you want answered before heading into this, right? The answer is yes ... and also no. Once cooked, the yellow flesh of this squash will separate into long strands that you can, indeed, top with marinara sauce and twirl around your fork. The texture is like angel hair pasta — it's tender and chewy, but a bit fragile.

This funny fairy-tale adventure from debut author Sarah Courtald is the story of two very different sisters-Eliza, who longs to ride into battle against villains and dragons, and Lavender, who would give anything to be a pampered princess. Before the end of the story both of them have had a chance to fulfill their dreams, though not quite in the way they intended...

Accompanied by their depressed goat, Gertrude, with their granny's warnings about the Black Death ringing in their ears, they head out into the forest and come face to face with an evil count who definitely does not have their best interests at heart.

Buckle and Squash: The Perilous Princess Plot was the winner of the Sainsbury's Children's Book Award for Fiction Ages 5-9

Buy Buckle and Squash and the Monstrous Moat-Dragon Unabridged edition by Sarah Courtauld (ISBN: 9781447255550) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low …

4 in 1 Satori Negative Ion Band, Now Available in US with a 4.5 Star Amazon rating in UK/Euro, Germanium, Silicone,Charged With Negative Ions, The Ionic Wristband And ...

02.07.2015  · The sequel to Buckle and Squash and the Monstrous Moat-Dragon by Sarah Courtauld - winner of the 2014 Sainsbury's …

Heat 1 Tbsp olive oil in a 12-inch non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. Dab chicken dry with paper towels. Season with a fair amount of salt and pepper, 2 tsp Italian seasoning, 1/2 tsp garlic powder, onion powder and lemon zest then toss to coat (I just added the seasonings to the chicken on the cutting board). Melt butter in pan with olive oil then add chicken and cook 3 minutes then flip and cook opposite side until chicken has cooked through (center of larger pieces should register 165 degrees), about 3 minutes longer. Transfer to a plate and tent with foil to keep warm.

Heat remaining 1 Tbsp oil and 1 Tbsp butter in same skillet over medium-high heat. Add zucchini and squash, then season with salt, 1 tsp Italian seasoning and 1/2 tsp garlic powder. Cook tossing occasionally until just tender, about 4 minutes. 

Return chicken to pan with zucchini and squash. Drizzle in lemon juice and toss. Sprinkle with parmesan and parsley. Serve warm with more parmesan and lemon zest if desired (I served mine over cooked orzo which is delicious).

"I Love it, but I make some changes: black sugar, oatmeal instead of half of the flour, and the result is a delicious and health recipe. many thanks, Ana Lucia"

"I just finished making this recipe for the umpteenth time, and It continues to be an all-time family favorite, for sure. It is easy to make, so moist, and delicious. We like to eat it for breakfast with coffee. Today, I made a dozen muffins from the recipe- instead of baking it in a pan- just bake for 18 minutes. I have made this many times to gift to others."

"This is amazing! So easy , too! My 11 yo daughter and I made it, following the directions exactly, and it came out perfectly and sooooo delicious!!!"

So you took a gamble on a spaghetti squash — it does have a pretty clever sales hook , after all — but now you're staring at this canary-yellow gourd wondering how on earth it could ever be transformed into anything resembling pasta. You're full of doubts and hopes and perhaps a dash of healthy skepticism. I get that.

Well, buckle up, because today we're pulling some culinary alchemy and transforming squash into tender tangles of spaghetti — no spiralizers or any special gadgets required. You just need an oven and a half-hour of your time.

The number-one question you want answered before heading into this, right? The answer is yes ... and also no. Once cooked, the yellow flesh of this squash will separate into long strands that you can, indeed, top with marinara sauce and twirl around your fork. The texture is like angel hair pasta — it's tender and chewy, but a bit fragile.

So you took a gamble on a spaghetti squash — it does have a pretty clever sales hook , after all — but now you're staring at this canary-yellow gourd wondering how on earth it could ever be transformed into anything resembling pasta. You're full of doubts and hopes and perhaps a dash of healthy skepticism. I get that.

Well, buckle up, because today we're pulling some culinary alchemy and transforming squash into tender tangles of spaghetti — no spiralizers or any special gadgets required. You just need an oven and a half-hour of your time.

The number-one question you want answered before heading into this, right? The answer is yes ... and also no. Once cooked, the yellow flesh of this squash will separate into long strands that you can, indeed, top with marinara sauce and twirl around your fork. The texture is like angel hair pasta — it's tender and chewy, but a bit fragile.

This funny fairy-tale adventure from debut author Sarah Courtald is the story of two very different sisters-Eliza, who longs to ride into battle against villains and dragons, and Lavender, who would give anything to be a pampered princess. Before the end of the story both of them have had a chance to fulfill their dreams, though not quite in the way they intended...

Accompanied by their depressed goat, Gertrude, with their granny's warnings about the Black Death ringing in their ears, they head out into the forest and come face to face with an evil count who definitely does not have their best interests at heart.

Buckle and Squash: The Perilous Princess Plot was the winner of the Sainsbury's Children's Book Award for Fiction Ages 5-9

Buy Buckle and Squash and the Monstrous Moat-Dragon Unabridged edition by Sarah Courtauld (ISBN: 9781447255550) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low …

4 in 1 Satori Negative Ion Band, Now Available in US with a 4.5 Star Amazon rating in UK/Euro, Germanium, Silicone,Charged With Negative Ions, The Ionic Wristband And ...

02.07.2015  · The sequel to Buckle and Squash and the Monstrous Moat-Dragon by Sarah Courtauld - winner of the 2014 Sainsbury's …

So you took a gamble on a spaghetti squash — it does have a pretty clever sales hook , after all — but now you're staring at this canary-yellow gourd wondering how on earth it could ever be transformed into anything resembling pasta. You're full of doubts and hopes and perhaps a dash of healthy skepticism. I get that.

Well, buckle up, because today we're pulling some culinary alchemy and transforming squash into tender tangles of spaghetti — no spiralizers or any special gadgets required. You just need an oven and a half-hour of your time.

The number-one question you want answered before heading into this, right? The answer is yes ... and also no. Once cooked, the yellow flesh of this squash will separate into long strands that you can, indeed, top with marinara sauce and twirl around your fork. The texture is like angel hair pasta — it's tender and chewy, but a bit fragile.

This funny fairy-tale adventure from debut author Sarah Courtald is the story of two very different sisters-Eliza, who longs to ride into battle against villains and dragons, and Lavender, who would give anything to be a pampered princess. Before the end of the story both of them have had a chance to fulfill their dreams, though not quite in the way they intended...

Accompanied by their depressed goat, Gertrude, with their granny's warnings about the Black Death ringing in their ears, they head out into the forest and come face to face with an evil count who definitely does not have their best interests at heart.

Buckle and Squash: The Perilous Princess Plot was the winner of the Sainsbury's Children's Book Award for Fiction Ages 5-9


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