At work the other day, there was a large bag overflowing with mammoth-sized, yellow summer squash--and a note labeled "free." I took a few home, determined to make something decent out of them. As a kid, we always just ate squash as is, and I was never a fan. I googled the squash and picked a picture that looked yummy.
We settled on a Stuffed Summer Squash recipe from myrecipes.com. As with everything, I made a few adjustments based on what I had on hand and needed to finish off. Dan has browned some ground beef the day before and seasoned it with some cumin and garlic. So, I tossed that in instead of the ground turkey. Also, I had a bit extra stuffing mix (left-over), so I tossed all but the 1/3 c. in the skillet with the sauces. And I kept the juices with the canned tomatoes, so it effectively moistend the extra stuffing. It turned out lovely and Dan and I had two meals from it.
Easy, one dish dinner, complete with starch, veggie, and meat. Enjoy!