Spaghetti Squash Recipe
With spring quickly approaching, I thought it would be fun to share a meal that we have been enjoying over the winter with our stored up spaghetti squash and garlic and some fresh greenhouse greens. Spaghetti squash with kale, chickpeas and mushrooms Cook the squash in the over 400 degrees for 40mins after cutting in half and covering lightly in olive oil and salt and pepper. While it's cooking in the over heat up some olive oil in a pan, once hot add some diced garlic (measure with your heart) let simmer a minute to blend flavor. Add 8oz mushrooms and cook a few minutes Add one can Chickpeas (rinsed) cook until slightly browned Next add kale and cook until kale is how you like it. Once the spaghetti squash comes out of the oven, use Thanks for Watching! The Citystead P.O. Box 130 Lapeer, MI 48446 Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org This is my merch and goods store, I profit from the items purchased Merch and Goods: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheCitystead Bumbler by Andy G. Cohen
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