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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Delicious roasted squash

Yesterday my husband made delicious roasted squash. I did not know it can be THAT delicious!

I'd like to share a recipe and a photo of the freshly cooked squash served on a nice plate.
Unfortunately everyone was waiting for it to finish cooking and before I got a chance to get a picture of the cooked squash somebody have got into both the candied side and the buttered side.

But trust me, it is very good!

To make this you'll need a middle sized turban (kabocha) squash, butter or margarine (I like to use I Can't believe it's not butter!), brown sugar and Lawry's Seasoning Salt if you like.Wash squash, wipe it and cut horizontally in 2 halves. Scrape out the seeds.Add about 3 table spoons of butter or margarine to each half. We added 1/2 cup of brown sugar to one half because we did not want both side sweetened, kabocha squash is sweet by itself.
Sprinkle each half with Lawry salt to your taste.Place squash on a baking sheet lined with a foil and bake at 375"F for about 50 to 60 minutes, until butter is boiling.

Take it out of oven, let it cool and enjoy!

11 comments:

Dyche Designs said...

One of my favorite things is roasted butternut squash . . . I can't get enough of it. Yum!

Katrinshine said...

Seems good!

Aleksandra Roo said...

I have to try! Thank you for sharing! Nice pics as usual)

TonyaUtkina said...

Everything looks so yummy! I like your photography!

blueberries in the fields said...

oh yummy ! good for the hips too ^-^
i love squash,never tried this variety though. last week i made acorn squash cookedin the oven with just a drizzle of olive oil and garlic, soooo good with roasted pork ! have to keep your recipe in mind thanks sweetie ! and thanks for dropping by, love to hear from you.
oh, love the picture of your uncooked squash, the white one is so lovely. they make a pretty autumn decor.

Kajsa said...

Oh, yum! I have to try this!

blueberries in the fields said...

oh gosh, my second visit this week and my mouth is literaly drooling over your squash. ^_^
yeah, i know rosemary need lots of sunshine, if i leave it where it is, it will have plenty. thanks for the tip about not overwatering.
have a lovely day xx

SocksAndMittens said...

Thank you for your comments, guys. Monique, your squash & pork sounds sooo good, I will have to try it. soon :) keep thinking about it :)

Kathryn - butternut squash sound yumm, too. I will research if my husband knows how to cook this one :) He is a squash person in a family :) actually, also a BBQ person, and a smoker person :)

Natalka Pavlysh said...

Thank you for sharing! I will try it!

IrinaN said...

Interesting :)

AlexMOS said...

It's a pity that there is no photo with ready squash :)