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need a simple roasted squash recipe

poached Jan 9, 2009 11:13 AM

I'm trying to use alot of items I have on hand, I think a roasted vegetable mix would be my best bet.
I have an acorn and a butternut squash, I can use 1 or both
Also roastables on hand: Apples, Caluflower, Onions, Potatos, garlic.
any help would be great

  1. AmyH Jan 9, 2009 11:48 AM

    The simplest "recipe" I use is to peel and cube the squash, toss with olive oil and some spices (chili powder with a bit of brown sugar, or some garam masala are two favorites of ours), roast at 425 for 25 minutes or so, depending on the size of your cubes.

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      bex109 Jan 9, 2009 11:51 AM

      Cut vegies and taters into 1 inch-ish chunks. Peel garlic cloves. Toss everything on oiled baking sheet with a little salt, maybe some fresh herbs if you happen to have them on hand. Roast at 400 till carmelized. Eat

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        lexpatti Jan 9, 2009 01:31 PM

        I'm in love with roasted EVERYTHING - Do as Bex says, I like cumin - I've done rosemary & olive oil too. Last night a bit of ponzu sauce and it was great. I happen to marinate some salmon in ponzu so thought I'd carry it through - leftovers were fantastic too. I roast everything - my fav is red onions (could eat a huge bowl).

        leftover roasted vegies make a perfect soup.

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        normalheightsfoodie Jan 9, 2009 12:22 PM

        Split and roast squash, covered in a pan split side down with a little liquid, 350 for 30-45 minutes.

        When it is soft, scoop out squash and a little butter, salt, some spices, and a little creme cheese and use a hand mixer to whip it, you can even add honey.

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