|The Hamlyn Griddling Cookbook|
|by Nicky (ed) Hill|
The use of the griddle pan has increased rapidly and it is becoming one of the most popular cooking methods for healthy eating.
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Layer half of squash, soup and onion rings. Add other half. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until soup bubbles and onions brown.
Cook squash and chopped onion in water until ... into a buttered casserole dish. Pour in 1/2 of dried onions and stir. Cover ... 350°F for 15 minutes.
Beat egg, add squash, sugar, bread, ... 1/2 can of Onion rings. Bake at ... rings over top of casserole and bake for 5 minutes or microwave for 2 minutes.
Quarter lengthwise and slice the squash. Cook until ... Combine squash, carrot, onion and remaining ingredients ... at 350 degrees. French fried onions, may be ... High for 10 minutes.
Slice squash and place in ... 10 minutes. Drain. Add remaining ingredients; stir. Heat about 5 minutes and serve. (Squash will break apart when you stir.)
Parboil all vegetables ... in a large casserole dish. Make one ... Top with the French fried onion rings. Bake covered ... Not over parboil the vegetables.
Rub butter on ... Add rice. Parboil squash, cut in ... over squash. Place French fired onions on top. Bake ... omitting the French fried onions, or use fresh sweet onions on top.
Beat egg. Add mashed, drained squash, sugar, bread ... and 1/2 can French fried onions. Stir and pour into a casserole dish. Bake at ... are brown. 4-6 servings.
Cook squash and onion together and season to taste. Grease casserole dish and layer ... squash, soup and onion rings. Bake at 325 degrees for 30 minutes.
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