Baked Paleo Spaghetti Squash Recipe with Paleo Pesto Recipe

Baked Paleo Spaghetti Squash Recipe with Paleo Pesto

Baked Paleo Spaghetti Squash Recipe with Paleo PestoBaked Paleo Spaghetti Squash Recipe with Paleo Pesto

Today we have a Paleo spaghetti squash recipe – it has a great flavor and is a great alternative to pasta when living a Paleo lifestyle. This is a great meal for summer! It is a very delicious and healthy dish – I mean how can you go wrong with that combination? This grain-free spaghetti uses spaghetti squash tossed in a dairy-free pesto and is topped with bursted sweet cherry tomatoes in a garlic oil. This recipe makes a little more pesto than necessary so that the maker can choose to add as much or as little pesto to the squash as they like. It is nice to have a plentiful amount of sauce!

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Baked Paleo Spaghetti Squash Recipe with Paleo Pesto Recipe
 
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This grain-free spaghetti uses spaghetti squash tossed in a dairy-free pesto and is topped with bursted sweet cherry tomatoes in a garlic oil. This recipe makes a little more pesto than necessary so that the maker can choose to add as much or as little pesto to the squash as they like.
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Recipe type: Paleo
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 1 medium Spaghetti Squash
  • 2 C. fresh Basil Leaves, packed
  • ¼ C. Pine Nuts
  • 2 Garlic Cloves
  • ½ t. Real Salt
  • ¼ t. Pepper
  • ½ C. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 C. Cherry Tomatoes(can use a variety of colors)
  • 1½ T. Olive oil
  • 1 t. Garlic, minced
  • ¼ t. Real Salt
  • dash of Pepper
  • basil leaves, to garnish
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Cut the spaghetti squash in half lengthwise and scoop out the seeds.
  3. Place the two squash halves on a baking sheet, cut side up, and roast for
  4. -45 minutes(time will vary depending on size of squash), until squash is
  5. fully cooked and tender. Remove from oven and let cool for 5-10 minutes.
  6. Meanwhile(this can also be done while squash is cooking), place the basil,
  7. pine nuts, garlic, ½ t. salt, and ¼ t. pepper in the bowl of a food
  8. processor. Pulse to combine and coarsely chop ingredients. Add the ½ C.
  9. olive oil to the bowl and process until well blended and smooth. Check
  10. seasonings and add more salt and pepper, if desired. Set aside.
  11. Place the cherry tomatoes, 1½ T. olive oil, 1 t. garlic, ¼ t. salt,
  12. and dash of pepper in a small saute pan. Heat on medium high. When the
  13. tomatoes start sizzling, toss everything in the skillet around every 30
  14. seconds. The tomatoes are done when the skins start to wrinkle and
  15. blister. Remove from heat.
  16. Using a fork, scrape the strings of spaghetti squash out of their shells
  17. into a large bowl(squash should still be hot). Stir the pesto together if
  18. the oil has separated and add ½ C. of pesto to the squash. Toss well
  19. with tongs, coating the squash with the pesto. Add more pesto, if desired.
  20. Plate the pesto coated squash and top with the bursted tomatoes, drizzling
  21. the garlic oil over the squash, as well.
  22. Garnish with a few basil leaves.
  23. Serve immediately.
 

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