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Pasta with Pesto

This dish uses spaghetti squash. We were amazed when we first discovered this wonderful vegetable. When you cut the squash open after baking it, the texture and shape are just like spaghetti, perfect with pesto or tomato sauce. INGREDIENTS 1 large Spaghetti Squash

1 cup Pesto Pinch of Salt Pinch of Pepper

1) Bake spaghetti squash until it feels soft to touch with a fork

2) Take out of oven, open and put spaghetti from squash into bowl

3) Cover with the amount of pesto you like to taste (see recipe for pesto)

4) Serve hot

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