AddThis Social Bookmark Button

Click above to Bookmark this page for yourself and/or share it with your friends

Home

Click on the Links Below for "The Best" in:

Article Directory

Home & Herbal Remedies

Beating & Avoiding Cancer

Diets & Weight Loss

Healthy Recipes

Natural Living

Anti-Aging
& Longevity

Pets and Animals

Humor

Inspiration

The TBYIL Complete Supplement & Health Catalog

Links

Contact Us

The 8 Invisible Stains
of Our Souls
by Luella May

 

The Best Colloidal Silver on the Planet!

Click here to visit our CureZone Health Forum: Ask Tony Isaacs: Featuring Luella May– Natural Health, Cancer, Longevity and Home & Herbal Remedies.

    

The Best Years in Life

Healthy Recipes

    Sesame Asparagus - Click here for a high resolution photo    Bread1
 

A Twist on Spaghetti

Spaghetti Squash with Tomato Sauce
If you're having trouble working vegetables into your meals have no fear–this pasta look-alike is here to help. Spaghetti squash, a winter variety, is actually quite mild-tasting on its own. This recipe uses tomatoes and onion to impart rich flavor without taking away from the unique texture of the squash. And squash is a nutritional powerhouse, containing Vitamin A, potassium and fiber.

Spaghetti Squash with Fresh Tomato Sauce

  • 1 small spaghetti squash (about 2 lbs.)
  • 2 lbs. vine-ripe tomatoes (small beefsteak, Early Girl or plum varieties)
  • 1 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 cup finely chopped onion
  • 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped
  • Pinch of dried red pepper flakes
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 tsp. dried basil
  • 1/2 tsp. dried oregano
  • Freshly ground black pepper

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Pierce squash in half dozen places with a thin knife. Bake squash on a piece of foil in oven until it yields slightly when firmly pressed, about 50-60 minutes.

Meanwhile, peel tomatoes using a swivel-bladed vegetable peeler with serrated blade. Halve, seed and dice tomatoes.

Heat oil in medium skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion and sauté until translucent, about 4 minutes. Mix in garlic and cook another 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Add tomatoes, red pepper flakes, salt, basil and oregano. Cook, stirring until tomatoes are tender (but still hold their shape), about 5 minutes. Season to taste with black pepper.

Halve the baked squash horizontally. Scrape out and discard the seeds. Using a fork, scrape out the squash in strands. Divide four cups of the squash among four deep pasta bowls. Spoon one-fourth of the sauce over the squash in each bowl. Serve immediately.

Makes 4 servings.

Per serving: 140 calories, 5 g. total fat (less than 1 g. saturated fat), 25 g. carbohydrate,
4 g. protein, 6 g. dietary fiber, 347 mg. sodium.

 

To see more healthy recipes, click HERE.

Mountain Rose Herbs. A Herbs, Health & Harmony Com

For the best in health information, subscribe to The Best Years in Life Newsletter featuring articles by Tony M. Isaacs

Sign Up Now

Subscribe to The Best Years in Life Oleandersoup Hesalth Forum - Free Subscription

Powered by health.groups.yahoo.com

Available Now!
Click on the image for more information

The plant you need to make your own home remedy for cancer, hepatitis-C & more may be growing in your back yard!  Read all about this proven  remedy plus much more on how to naturally beat illness and live a long and healthy life.

intraMAX

intraMAX™

100% Organic MicroComplexed™ IntraCELL™ Level IV Technology ~ 415 Nutrients All-In-One, Perfect Whole Foods & Phyto Nutrition ~ Super Energizing ~ All Natural DefenseThe Most Scientifically Advanced, Clinically Proven, Health Promoting Organic Nutritional Supplement Available Today!

Gold Aloe Skin Care Bar - a TBYIL Favorite!

-

Herbal Musings - Natural Remedies, Natural Cosmetics, Medieval & Renaissance Supplies & More

 

 
The Best Years in Life* P O Box 121 * Cooper * TX * 75432
Phone: 903-886-2436 Fax: 903-829-3434

 

Disclaimer: The information on this page and on this website has not been evaluated by the FDA.  We do not diagnose, treat, cure or prevent illness or disease - instead, we try to help people learn how to do so themselves.  Anyone who believes they have a serious medical condition or health issue should seek diagnoses from a qualified medical professional before making any decisions on how to best address their health. We do not sell or advocate drugs, nor do we make any claims that anything advocated or sold on this website is a drug.  Furthermore, anyone contemplating using any products or information on this website must accept such use as experimental and voluntary.  No claims are made regarding the therapeutic use of the products or information on this website and all products featured or sold on this website must be considered nutritional supplements only.