3 Ways to Cook Butternut Squash
Cooking butternut squash, with its hard, thick shell, can seem daunting. But it’s easy to prepare this orange-fleshed winter staple once you learn a few simple tips. Use butternut squash in soups and pasta dishes, or just serve it baked in its shell with a pat of butter and a drizzle of honey. Cook butternut squash by baking, microwaving or roasting.
These three recipes use roasted, pureed butternut squash in ways usually reserved for cheese — and you’ll never even miss it.
This fall superstar gets hype for making a mean soup. Don’t get me wrong, butternut squash soup is an all-time fave in my house---- but there are more ways to dress up this delicious veggie. Here are our top 5.
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This seasonal butternut squash soup is going to kick off my Thanksgiving meal this year. It whips up pretty easily with an immersion blender, but if you don't have that tool, running batches through a blender is a simple solution.
Don’t be intimidated by breaking down a whole butternut squash! Check out Katie’s foolproof how-to gallery for step-by-step tips.
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