of the cheese and stir until well mixed.Rub a 9x9 inch pie plate with olive oil and then place half of the squash mixture into it, pressing out flat and evenly.Place 7 of the ham slices onto the spaghetti squash in a single layer. Place the rest of the squash into the pie plate and gently press out evenly to cover the ham.Bake until the squash feels set, about 25 minutes.Sprinkle the remaining cheese on the middle and the squash, leaving the edge to free to look like crust. Then, rip up the remaining ham slices and sprinkle them on top. Finally, sprinkle on the pineapple tid-bits.Bake until the cheese is melted, about 5-10 minutes.DEVOUR.
Reduce heat and allow sauce to simmer until the spaghettisquash has finished baking. Remove squash from the oven and scrape out all the strands of spaghetti using a fork, placing into a large bowl for convenience
I'm addicted to roasted spaghettisquash, but the rest of the family still isn't quite as smitten. The bold flavors of the ground beef and seasoning really worked with the squash threads, and the dish was really warm and comforting on this frigid winter day
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