From fried yellow squash to butternut squash soup or a pasta-like dish with spaghetti squash, there's no doubt that squash varieties can provide you with many favorite recipes.
Parmesan and bacon give richness to the squash and spinach filling in this stunning side dish.
Serve this savory appetizer in the fall when acorn squash is abundant. Excellent for holiday entertaining.
Scrapple began as a Pennsylvania Dutch dish of leftover pork, cornmeal, and spices. This recip calls for butternut squash, turkey kielbasa, polenta, sweet peppers, and herbs.
Thin pork cooks up quickly, making this dish a great weeknight dinner option. Serve it with mashed winter squash or even sweet potatoes to make a complete meal.
Filled with fiber for long-lasting energy and a dose of heart-healthy whole grains, this risotto would be at home on a holiday table or served as a satisfying weeknight supper.
Just like pasta only light as air and gluten free, this spaghetti squash dish makes for a perfect potluck side dish. Or, serve it as a main dish with grilled chicken or fish, or even beans on top.
This rich tasting vegetable casserole recipe is made with half-and-half and creme fraiche.
Prep this slow cooker recipe in the morning and have a delicious and healthful dinner ready when you get home from work. The flavors of ginger and soy sauce make this chicken dish even better than takeout.
Creamy risotto is taken up a notch with the addition of butternut squash. You can use acorn or kaboucha squash instead, if that's what's available at your market.
An Asian style sauce coats these low calorie roasted squash appetizers.
Try this sweet and savory side, which features the Italian cured ham known as pancetta, for a holiday meal. Or, alongside a green salad, it can become a delicious main dish.
Try this thick and velvety smooth soup recipe that combines butternut squash, curry, and unsweetened coconut milk.
Velvety cream soups made with winter squash are delicious starters for autumn and winter meals. This one is flavored with garlic and maple syrup.
The traditional Italian technique to produce a creamy consistency in this vegetable risotto is to repeatedly add liquid slowly to the rice and stir until it is absorbed.
Squash, maple syrup, bacon, and caramelized onions combine to make this casserole a fall favorite. Try it for a holiday or alongside roasted chicken and greens.