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I've been getting a bit tired of spaghetti squash in the usual form I prepare it; with spaghetti sauce or as a layered lasagna. I tried turning them into crisp fritters and they were delightful. You can add whatever bits you like in them, I went with onions, bacon and Parmesan cheese.
If you'd like to bake these instead of fry them, lay fritter batter on a lightly greased baking sheet and bake at 400 F, 10-12 minutes per side.
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
You've got my stomach growling, haha :)
I saw your Spaghetti Squash Fritters first thing this morn, and because I don't have squash right now, I've got to go find something in the kitchen to "grate" and cook to eat now, hahaha
What a great way to go with spaghetti squash, and topped with sour cream, ohhhh yum!!!
I'd like a "stack" please - hehe
Thank you for another wonderful tasty recipe!
I wish I could make you a stack! These are easy to eat when you're NOT hungry, too-- bit of a warning ;) And I should have added they refrigerate and freeze really well! x
This recipe is just what i need to help with the abundance of spaghetti squashes ready in my garden right now.
I'm a veggie so I'll leave out the bacon though.
Marg from England.
P.S. Ofter wondered where your name came from?
This sounds so good and with you being the cook, I'm sure it is. I'm going on and print this one out to put it in my collection of gluten free recipes.