I hope you had a wonderful July 4th Weekend. We had a great weekend and as we had friends over for a cookout the weekend before, our July 4th weekend was very quiet. We took a road trip to a mountain community on Saturday and that was lots of fun. I will post pictures about that trip later in the week but today, I want to share a squash recipe that I think is fantastic.
On Thursday when Mr. D. arrived home from work he was carrying a bag and I knew immediately someone had given him some vegetables out of their garden. I was exactly right and he had a plentiful supply of yellow squash. I don’t like squash and really don’t have a taste for any vegetable in the squash family. I can eat squash, zucchini or eggplant but it isn’t something I would ever want to eat. I started thinking of making some type of squash casserole.
I browsed through my church cookbook, Concordia Favorites from Concordia Lutheran Church in Conover and found the recipe I am sharing with you today, Squash Supreme. I really liked the taste of this casserole. It was creamy and the stuffing added a great crunch to the squash. Here is a picture of my casserole.
Here is the recipe and if I was making this again, I would reduce the amount of margarine I used for the top of the casserole to four tablespoons or 1/2 stick of margarine.
This recipe must really appeal to me because I posted a very similar recipe two years ago. Here is a link to that recipe and they incorporated the margarine into the recipe by melting some of it and topping the squash with some of it.
If I was going to a pot luck meal or a family reunion, I think this recipe would be a great choice and could become a family favorite. Thanks for stopping by.