Very good and easy to prepare. The only change I made was to add a clove of garlic and 2 extra crackers.
soylaliv Posted: 11/16/09
lisagon1 Posted: 05/18/10
This was a hit with my family and so easy! I even threw in a stray zucchini that I had on hand for some extra color. Be sure to drain the squash very well. I added about 6 extra crackers to get the consistency that I wanted.
DeliBebek Posted: 05/21/10
Like most, I made modifications, for various reasons. My variations were some extra onions (using a mistake in another recipe cooking at the same time), multi-grain wheat thins instead of saltines, and using two different cheeses by accident. I used Havarti and Asiago, both of which happened to work out well for their areas of the casserole. I also could have used more crackers and/or drained the squash a bit more to get a thicker consistency, but it's really good as it is. I actually didn't get to taste it fresh, but it is fabulous reheated and goes to the top of my recipe list.