I did pretty good when I planned this out. I knew that I wouldn't be using the sun dried tomatoes the recipe called for because... Well I just don't buy things like that. I also knew that I would have to prepare this recipe in steps. Roast the squash first, then make the actual dish. In the future I'll roast the squash the day before, because one you put it all together, it only takes about 20-30 minutes to heat through. Using the recipe I pinned as inspiration I warmed 2 cans of petite diced tomatoes in a pan on top of the stove. I then added a bag or steamed broccoli (yup, the ones that steam in bag from the frozen section). Then to that I added about 2 cups of diced chicken that had been baked before. When that was starting to bubble, I added the shreds of a medium sized spaghetti squash. Then over that I sprinkled a half a package of dried Italian dressing. You could use any, I use this one that I buy at Whole Foods. Then I let that heat through and simmer for about 20 minutes. I'm not going to lie. I was so surprised that this was appetizing that I almost cried. I have a history of making things I think are going to taste good and then they end up in the trash.