When cooked, this squash breaks down into beautiful golden strands that you can use like you would your favorite pasta. It’s a nutritional powerhouse, low-calorie, and packs a ton of fiber, vitamin-C, and beta-carotene per serving. Its mild, refreshing flavor pairs well with any sauce you make. Plus, you can save the seeds and roast them for snacking, just like you do with pumpkins. Once cooked, scoop out the strands of squash and top with a bolognese, roasted cherry tomato and garlic sauce, or a green pesto.