By now, most vegans have heard about the spaghetti squash, or sausages, that you can buy in supermarkets for veg-friendly meals.
This delicious, crunchy, and nutritious sausage is great for eating on the go, especially since it’s gluten-free.
In fact, if you can’t get gluten-containing sausars from a supermarket, you can make your own.
And this recipe will help you do just that!
This spaghetti squash recipe uses canned spaghetti squash as the base for the recipe, but you can use whatever ingredients you’d like.
I used canned spaghetti as a base, and it worked out really well.
This recipe has a very quick prep time, and the ingredients you need are already in the fridge.
If you can wait a little longer to make this dish, skip the cooking time altogether and use canned sausaras.
You’ll be surprised at how quickly this recipe is done.
The next time you make this, you’ll want to double it, or triple it!
I’m a big fan of using frozen spaghetti squash to make pasta sauce, so I’ve made this spaghetti squash pasta sauce for many of my favorite restaurants.
You can also freeze it for later, and add it to your pasta sauce.
This is the perfect recipe for when you’re craving a veggie-friendly pasta dish, and you want to make sure you can eat it before you go out for dinner.