By: EatingWell User
Simpler is better!
I also tweaked this a bit, removing the salt and the yogurt, since my husband doesn't tolerate dairy well. I also used ground buffalo, which gives it a slightly different flavor from ground beef (especially low quality beef), but not enough to really be that different. We loved it! The chili (we live in CO so the bulk ground chilis we use tend to be hotter than store-bought) made it hot enough for my New Mexican-born husband to appreciate but still kept it mild enough for my mid-western tastes, and the sweet mix with the squash was perfect. Make sure you get squash and filling in each bite, though, because the individual components are profoundly simple on their own. It was the mix of texture and taste that really made this a home run. The only problem is that it does need a side to balance out the softness and warmth. A crunchy, tangy side salad will definitely also be on the menu when I make this again for my in-laws next week.
Pros: Tasty, filling, easy, beautiful
Cons: Needs a side dish