Feta Baked PASTA!

Okay so there’s this trend going around on social media and I just had to try it! It’s so simple and so easy and OH MY GOSH I will for sure be making it again!

Here’s the recipe:

  • One block Feta cheese
  • Some cherry or grape tomatoes (I cut mine up)
  • Italian seasoning
  • Parsely
  • Spinach
  • Olive oil (be generous with this!)

Put it all in a pan like this:

Bake it for 45 minutes at 400 degrees and VIOLA! You have a delicious meatless dish! So flavorful, I had it for two meals in a row over some spaghetti squash!

While I’m in the recipe sharing mood (if you read often you know I hate typing out and sharing recipes and I’m really not great at it) I’ve fallen in love with spaghetti squash after I finally learned how to prepare it properly!

If you’re new to the land of spaghetti squash, here are a few tips that make it taste, well, less like a veggie and more like pasta!

  • Make sure it is DRY! I take a paper towel and soak up any extra moisture to make it more fluffy – no one like sopping wet spaghetti squash.
  • SEASON IT! I’m talking salt, pepper, Italian seasoning, and oregano! Veggies aren’t meant to be eaten plain!
  • Add parmesan cheese to the spaghetti squash! Don’t be afraid to season it some more!

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  1. Carolyn
    February 12, 2021 / 11:26 pm

    I tried that and it was a total fail. A) I had crumbles no block of feta B) I used Thyme C.) no spinach or other spices D) she also said you could use wine, I had none so it didn’t get any in it….. pasta made it dryer and I added turkey to it I will be eating it and I don’t even care for it

  2. Sally
    February 13, 2021 / 1:46 am

    That looks delicious! You said you had it for two meals. Did you make it twice or did you have leftovers that you reheated? I am wondering if it reheats nicely, especially with the squash. Also, I think the green I see in your photos is the fresh parsley. Is the spinach under the tomatoes? I look forward to trying this,

  3. Nance in Reno
    February 15, 2021 / 2:10 pm

    If you care, cutting your spaghetti squash around the equator, instead of the north to south pole direction, will get longer strands of squash.

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