Ummm how creepy does this look? If I eat any more butternut squash, the above might become a reality. Guess I’d better embrace the look, since I’m not planning on cutting back any time soon…
Google “how to roast a squash” and you’ll probably get hundreds of different answers. Below, the Katie Method:
How Katie Roasts a Squash
(Sounds like a childrens’ book title?)
- Cut the squash lengthwise, down the middle.
- Put both sides, face-up, on a baking sheet and sprinkle with whatever you want: cinnamon, sugar, maple syrup, olive oil, salt, brown sugar, etc. I leave it plain or use a healthy dose of cinnamon.
- Roast the squash for about an hour and a 1/2 (depending on the size; if it’s a small squash, it will only take about an hour) at 410-420 degrees F.
- Scrape the seeds out and enjoy!
It makes the house smell like Christmas!There are so many things I can do with you, dear squash!
Spinach, vegan-buttered toast, and Fall’s Favorite Curry :).