Chicken parm kinda
A healthier version of chicken parm: without the nooooodles and therefore the fun.
The story: There was this one day over the summer when I got home from work and my mom had chicken parm and noodles already made. If you commute for work then you can understand the unexplainable, near-tears, excitement that is coming home to a delicious dinner. The story behind this meal was my attempt to re-create the excitement...excpet we didn't have noodles, all we had was a spaghetti squash. Slightly dissapointing yet slightly ok.
What happened: Mom and I set the oven to bake at 400 degrees and put the uncooked squash on a piece of tin foil and then on a cookie sheet. We let it cook for 2 hours. After removing it from the oven, let it sit for a little while to cool down and then cut it in half the long ways, scoop out the seeds and then take a fork and pull out the spaghetti part.
Then what: Ever seen one of those sped-up cooking videos? Ok, so you know how to make breaded chicken cutlets. You cover it in flour then dip it in the eggs then coat it in breadcrumbs. We baked those in the oven as well.
Final thoughts: The assembly process is easy aka refer to photo. Use a red sauce of your choice–or a different kind of sauce. It's your life.