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Thread: Attn: Dr. Bork re: Spaghetti Doughnuts

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    Attn: Dr. Bork re: Spaghetti Doughnuts

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    Just re-reading your recipe for Spaghetti Doughnuts. 1/2 a spaghetti squash is a little vague. Could you tell me an approximate cup amount? Thanks.

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    spaghetti squash are usually the same size, with little variation

    so just pick one that is about the same as the rest and cut it in half
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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodorchid View Post
    spaghetti squash are usually the same size, with little variation

    so just pick one that is about the same as the rest and cut it in half
    I usually buy ones around 2 lbs. but the one ones in our store vary from quite small to quite a bit larger.

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    I used a 1.5 lb one and doubled the rest of the ingredients

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    [QUOTE=bionicsamm;751827]I used a 1.5 lb one and doubled the rest of the ingredients [/QUOTE

    You said you used a half a spaghetti squash, is that 1.5 lb for the half or all of it? Thanks, this will give me something to estimate by.

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    I made double the recipe so I used the whole 1.5. So use half of the 1.5 if you're making the recipe as is

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    the spaghetti squash I get are about the size of my forearm. Maybe 6 inches long. Put your palms side by side on a squash. The one that comes closest to fitting within them is a good option.
    *shrug* I'm pretty general with measurements. Get a spaghetti squash. Hack it in half. Bake it.
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