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This turned out good.

In a small frying pan melt a small amount of butter.

Cut half of a small onion into a fine dice.

Thinly slice 3 or 4 mushrooms.

Cook til the onions are clear.

Add 3 or 4 small yellow squash sliced thin.

Put in 1/4 cup of water.

Put on a lid and let cook til done.

Stir to mix flavors.
 

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I like to mix equal parts green and yellow squashes.
 

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Sliced zucchini, sliced small yellow gourd, sliced fresh garlic, and sliced white onion. Throw both squashes in with garlic olive oil and sautee. Add in onion after a few minutes. Sprinkle on your favorite Italian spice blend w/salt-to-taste. Add mushrooms if you like, but not until the sqash gets close to being done. Yum!
 

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youll get much better texture,color and flavor if you cook without the lid or the added water. try it i bet youll enjoy. sprinkle a little parmesan cheese on it for kicks also.
 

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Squash cooked this way is my FAVORITE side dish. I do agree about not using the lid or extra water though. I love to cook this when I have the time. I usually let it simmer about 1.5 to 2 hours. All the extra ingredients mentioned above are great. I usually use only butter for liquid, no water. Once the squash start releasing its own liquid that is enough along with the butter.
 

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and 1/4 cup of water it takes not more that 10 minutes.
 

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Originally posted by lethal tupperwa
and 1/4 cup of water it takes not more that 10 minutes.
True, but it won't have the flavor of one without added water, and that has been slow simmered!
 
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