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Friday, March 01, 2013

Blog Candy Winner!

Today is the drawing for the blog candy!

Sue of Sue's Stamping is the name which popped out of the basket. I e-mailed Sue so she can send her mailing address.

Thanks to each of you who played by answering the relevant question. Promises, too, for there to be more candy in about a month.

To win blog candy, you do not have to follow my blog (though I love it if you do LOL), and as long as your contact information is available via blogger, (or through a personal e-mail from you), then I can contact you to let you know you have won.

No card share today, but may I share our Cheesy Squash Casserole recipe instead of a card?


Jacky’s Cheesy Squash Casserole

Ingredients:
  • 8 cups cubed squash (yellow and/or zucchini)
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 3/4 cup sour cream (or plain greek yogurt)
  • 1 cup grated cheddar cheese
  • 2 tbsp butter
  • 1/2 cup crushed Ritz crackers (or Panko Crumbs)
  • salt and pepper to taste
Method:

1. Chop Squash and boil (about 20 minutes) until tender. Place towel in colander and pour squash into towel until it cools. After squash cools, squeeze to get excess water out of it. Put into bowl.

Note: squeezing out moisture prevents a watery casserole

2. Saute onion in fry pan with butter until translucent.

3. Add onion and remaining ingredients (except Ritz crackers)  into bowl, and combine. After mixing thoroughly, place into casserole dish.

4. Top with crushed Ritz crackers or Panko Bread Crumbs. Bake at 350 for 25 minutes, until cheese and sour cream have heated well.


(this meal is shown with steamed asparagus and grilled chicken breast)



Thanks for stopping by today!





14 comments:

Debi said...

This sounds and looks good!
I wonder how it would go over at my annual Family Mother's Day Luncheon. This will be our 20th year! No men, either.

NanaConnie said...

Oh, that sounds so good, Donna! We're only a month or so away from asparagus season (I happen to live in the asparagus capital of the world) and I grow zucchini every year in my own garden. I think the same recipe would be great with asparagus instead of the zucchini so I'm going to try it using each one seasonally. Too bad they "arrive" at such separate times of the year. I think the casserole would be good with asparagus and zucchini combined in the recipe.

aussie aNNie said...

Yummy this looks delish and may just try this out..thanks sweet lady.xx

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

Yummy ! Thanks for sharing & have a great weekend, Shirleyx

E. Marie said...

This looks so delicious!! I will have to try this.

Shona Erlenborn said...

Yummy, Donna. I'll be giving that a try for sure. The kids especially love veggie casseroles! TFS

Monica said...

Wow, so yummy and so healthy as well. Thanks for sharing. I might give it a go.
Love,
Monicaxxx

Anne Temple said...

This looks and sounds so yummy! I may have to try that. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

aussie aNNie said...

Hello Donna, thanks again for your visit. In answer to your question re my sentiment, I do most of mine on the computer then print them onto the tag or what ever I am using. I was shown a way to do this ages ago and it works well, cheers, love annie

Sue said...

Donna, received the three stamp sets today, was blown away. How very generous of you to give three complete sets away. Will email you later, just wanted you to know I received them...thanks so much.

Hugs
Sue

Anonymous said...

Donna, that looks yummy!! I love veggies and could eat it all day... :) I will have to try out the recipe.
Cammy

Terry said...

I was stopping by for a visit and somehow I ended up very hungry! Wow this looks absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing and have a most wonderful day!

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

Congrats to the blog candy winner! I love this casserole. Your pictures are so delicious looking that my mouth is watering...lol
Bear Hugs,
Carol

Sue from Oregon said...

Yummy-I made a cheesy brown rice and broccoli casserole I found on pinterest the other day-it was delish too!

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