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"This was very good. I've never had Boston Market Squash so I don't know if it compares but this is worth doing. This has lots of flavor and is not overly sweet."
"I made this tonight as posted except I added 2 tsp grated fresh ginger and one large japanese pear (apple/pear) cubed. After I pureed all of the squash and pear I added a large dollop of sour cream because it looked a little watery. It was very good! And it was quick."
"Made this to take to the neighbors for dinner last night and came home empty handed! It was a winner. I used mild sausage, jarred jalapeno peppers and a yellow and orange pepper instead of green. Will make again. * Made this a second time, omited the rice and reduced oven time to 25 minutes. This made a great dip with corn chips."
"Easy to make with pantry staples but very little flavor. I used 3 cloves of garlic as opposed to the powder and peas instead of mushrooms but it lacked "something". The kids loved it."
"My DH and son give this 5 stars! I used Panko bread crumbs instead of cracker crumbs and substituted our favorite BBQ sauce (Sweet Baby Rays) for the tomato sauce and ketchup. I then mixed EVERYTHING (topping ingredients as well) together, shaped it into a loaf and baked it. A winner!!"
"I hate when people rate a recipe that they made so many changes to it doesn't seem relevant but now I find myself doing just that. Because of aversions to coconut, nuts and no OJ in the fridge I had to adjust accordingly. I doubled the recipe because I have 2 teenage sons and a 6" x 5" dish wouldn't have done it! I made the caramel with cream inst..."
"A great recipe. I used a red bell pepper and a yellow bell pepper instead of the green pepper. I doubled the cumin and added 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper and 3 minced garlic cloves. I also added 1 cup of corn. It came together quickly and served it over brown rice. Yummy!"
"Very simple and great tasting. I doubled the recipe but made it exactly as stated. I marinated large chunks of red, yellow and orange peppers, purple onions and mushrooms for about 3 hours in the fridge. Grilled them all on the BBQ and they were wonderful."
"Very good dish! The directions are lengthy but it comes together quickly. I followed it exactly as written except I used a can of diced tomatoes with juice and my sauce was thick enough. I also added frozen peas at the end just to add some color and veggies."
"Easy and great tasting. I made these this morning with sausage, red and yellow peppers, mushrooms, onions and sharp cheddar. The options are endless!"