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FutureStarrButternut Squash Recipes:
Since I spend about 75% of my waking hours in leggings (85% if you count their close relative's jeggings and yoga pants), every now and then I appreciate the opportunity to get a little fancy. Now, I’m not saying that I’m going to be strutting about in a ballgown anytime soon (unless you are throwing a ball and looking for an extra guest?), but every now and then, I do enjoy adding a little sparkle to my routine. The same can be said for recipes. Today’s Roasted Butternut Squash takes an easy weeknight side—roasted butternut squash cubes—and transforms it into a dish that’s worthy of a special occasion, be it a holiday table or dinner at home with someone you love. Cubes of butternut squash roasted with maple syrup and cinnamon until caramelized and tender then tossed with fresh rosemary, it’s elegant to eat and easy to prepare. My kind of side! Follow me on Pinterest >>Pinner: Jill McCormick<< Roasted Butternut Squash Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 50 minutes Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes Servings: 2 as a side Author: Jillian - a Food, Photo.
Let’s cozy up with a bowl of warm, creamy butternut squash soup. Butternut squash and cool weather go together like they were made for each other—which, really, they were. I was so happy to find butternut in stock again and came home to make my favorite soup.
Use the soup preset, and you can serve your hot soup straight from the blender. I used my Vitamix (affiliate link/provided by Vitamix) and it worked great. The container is 64 ounces, which allowed me to fit all of the ingredients for this soup without surpassing the maximum fill line.
We seem to eat for comfort during the holidays…but comfort foods aren’t necessarily healthy. To make a classic comfort food dish more healthy, I came up with this lovely take: Turkey shepherd’s pie. It’s perfect for putting out on your holiday table. —Ann Sheehy, Lawrence, Massachusetts Get a vegetarian feast on the table in 20 minutes with this simple risotto recipe. Ingredients 32 oz. low-sodium or no-sodium broth (I like Better than Bouillon broth) ½ cup water 12 oz. package frozen peas (I like Cook-in-Go-Fresh) 1 navel orange, peeled and sliced into dime-sized pieces 1/2 cup sliced celery 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 cup Arborio rice.
If you are watching your carb intake, then it’s natural to wonder if butternut squash falls into the “healthy carb” category. While butternut squash falls into the category of “starchy vegetables” (like potatoes), they aren’t all bad. Squash is high in fiber, which can help you feel fuller, longer. It’s also a great source of vitamins A, C, B, potassium, magnesium. I’d consider this a pretty healthy carb, wouldn’t you?
A trusty list of butternut squash recipes is essential for fall and winter when the orange, bulbous roots are at their peak—hefty, creamy, and perfect. Thanks to its natural sweetness, butternut squash is at home in both sweet and savory settings. Try it fried up with chorizo in this hearty hash. Hold the apples and sub in butternut in this show-stopping Tarte Tatin. Opt for a seasonal alternative in our cheesy take on the classic eggplant parmesan. And spice up your life with a comforting, squash-forward shakshuka. No matter what you go with, this line-up of butternut squash recipes will make the most of your cold-weather haul. (Source: www.bonappetit.com)