Which squash can you eat the skin?
Similarly, can you eat spaghetti squash skin?
Unlike the skin of acorn squash or kabocha squash, I would not recommend eating the skin of the spaghetti squash. It will not harm you, however, after cooking the skin turns rough- almost like eggshells- and is paper thin.
Subsequently, question is, can you eat roasted butternut squash skin? The skin on the butternut squash is very tough so if you prefer you can pop it in the microwave before you start preparing it for 2-3 mins to make it softer and easier to remove. However, if you're slow roasting the squash, you can leave the skin on as it is edible and gets softer when baked.
Secondly, can you eat the skin of Delicata squash?
Since delicata squash are thinner-skinned than other winter squashes, they don't keep quite long. To prepare, slice the squash in half and scoop out the seeds, then proceed with the recipe. The peel is edible, so you can feel free to leave it on.
Can I eat an entire spaghetti squash?
Yes, an entire baking dish full of spaghetti squash has the same amount of calories as a measly bowl of regular pasta. That's crazy! Now you can see why our love is so strong for the spaghetti squash. You can eat more of it and still save calories!