Orangetti

Orangetti

Cucurbita pepo, Vegetable Marrow Group, spaghetti squash
Orangetti, the original orange spaghetti squash, is intense orange inside and out, with a contrasting black-green stem. Orangetti is oval and rather small, averaging 900 g (2 lb.). The plants are semi-bush, making for easy field management, early
maturing and high yielding. Upon cooking, the fruit flesh of Orangetti breaks down into spaghetti-like strands which can be cooked and eaten like spaghetti as a low-calorie side dish. The intense orange “spaghetti” of Orangetti is slightly sweet and has 15 times the carotenoid content of regular spaghetti squash.

Orangetti
  • Spaghetti squash. Intense orange inside and out, with a contrasting black-green stem
  • Oval
  • Rather small, averaging
  • 900 g. (2 lb.)
  • Spaghetti-like strands
  • Slightly sweet
  • Semi-bush
  • Early maturing
  • Making for easy field management, and high yielding
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