Q: Now that my summer vegetables are growing, I never thought about having leftover spaghetti squash. What is the best way to reheat it? I know I can eat it cold, but I am sure it is just as delicious warmed up for a second meal.
A: Spaghetti squash is a brilliant vegetable to eat cold, but it is just as delicious warmed up for a second meal. The best way to warm this squash up is actually in your microwave, so be sure to take it on the go for your next lunch.
Squash is a delicate vegetable. However, it handles reheating rather well. To reheat your squash, simply add a splash of olive oil or a tablespoon of butter to the container and take it on the go. Simply reheat in the microwave for 45 seconds on medium power. Stir, and continue heating if desired.
For those of us who would rather not use the microwave, you can always reheat your leftovers in a small saucepan with some water. Add you leftovers and water, and then heat on medium-low for about ten minutes, or warmed through.
Some vegetables like spaghetti squash are fantastic for reheating. You can keep your leftovers for up to five days in your refrigerator, and up to a month in your freezer. With these simple ways to reheat your squash, you can have the taste of summer all year long!