Recipe Directions

1. grate all of the squash, I used my food processor

2. remove half of the grated squash to a mixing bowl.

3. add the onion, dates and flax oil to the food processor and process until smooth. Add salt and pepper to taste. When you have the flavor right, it should be a sweet, savory combination, add in the psyllium and blend till well mixed. The psyllium helps to absorb and thicken. If your squash has a higher water content, you may need to add a little bit more, you are trying to make a thick puree.

4. Pour the squash puree into the grated squash. Pour all of this into a large pie plate, quiche dish or shallow casserole.

5. Dehydrate until the top is slightly dry, as if baked. It took less than one hour. I did this while I prepared the rest of my meal.

6.Make breadcrumbs by processing sesame seeds, poultry seasoning, salt and pepper. Sprinkle on top of squash mixture.

This keeps very well in the fridge, I just “reheat” in the dehydrator. The leftovers didn’t become watery, at all! It may even get better as it sits.

Daniefon's Thoughts

By daniefon

I am about to have a squash explosion in my garden, so I wanted to be ready. I tried this casserole with some store bought, because I didn’t want to waste my precious babies! It turned out great. It is an imitation of a cooked dish I used to love.

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I don;t know that you have to have it. I just put it in there in case there was extra water to absorb. I'd just leave it out.

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Has anyone tried this without the psyllium? Can i just use some strands out of the corn husk? I want to make this in a few days :)

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I am going to post another recipe soon that uses both. I have more squash than I know what to do with right now!

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THANK YOU for this recipe - I was debating whether to plant yellow squash this year, or just zucchini... No question; this sounds great!

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Good idea and nice shorts..............

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daniefon ive been doing the salt rub thing to get all excess water out of my squish before using it....it works great just grate , salt and massage then let sit, the mousture forms a puddle on the bottom of the bowl i drain it out roll the pulp in a papertowel and presto dryer ingredients for recipes

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We had this last night! Tasty!!!

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The psyllium just thickens it and I put it in to absorb water that might leak as it sits. The same way I would use breadcrumbs in something cooked. I would just put in extra sesame seed "bread crumbs" maybe without the seasoning.

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This looks and sounds great! what does the psyllium husk do? I cannot find that around here! Thanks!

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This sounds sooo good.

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Thank you!

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yeah, i know what they are. :) i will want to try this, sounds really good.

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Yes, it is similar to zuccini. I live in Texas where it is very common, it comes in two varieties, crookneck and straightneck. I have also seen golden zuccini. Any of them them would work. I just had some leftover for lunch, I think it is really good!

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do you mean the zucchini-type of squash, but is yellow? this sounds real good! :9

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