Our Calabaza en Crema de Champiñon is a reinterpretation of our Classic Green Bean Casserole, using a favorite type of squash from Latin America. Firm, fleshy Tatuma squash is also known as calabacita in some markets. Look for small, young squash, which are tender have fewer fibrous seeds.
Getting your family to eat their vegetables has never been so delicious! Try adding a few tablespoons of fresh corn, chopped red, yellow or orange bell peppers, or even cauliflower for variety. Also, you can mix the colors of yellow banana squash and dark green zucchini squash for a beautifully colorful casserole.