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.See Popular Squash Recipes
My mom and I have a weekly tradition of going to the downtown farmers' market together nearly every Saturday morning in the summer and fall. We stroll along the bustling street, coffees in hand, savoring local breads and cheeses. And while bright summer produce is enough to get any foodie's heart aflutter, what really gets me excited is when the temperatures begin to drop, the leaves begin to change, and fall produce starts making an appearance!
Parmesan and bacon give richness to the squash and spinach filling in this stunning side dish.
The secret to this moist, tender cake is grated butternut squash, which is folded into the batter just before baking. Use the large holes on a box grater to grate the squash.
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.
It looks like Fettuccine Alfredo, but it's actually spaghetti squash, baked to perfection and tossed with a creamy Swiss cheese sauce.
Serve this savory appetizer in the fall when acorn squash is abundant. Excellent for holiday entertaining.
Instead of making pumpkin pie again this holiday season, make this butternut squash pie. Kids love the pumpkin seed topper.
Golden squash, sweet apple and onion simmer in chicken broth for a silky-smooth soup perfect for a casual dinner, or for a festive dinner's first course.
It's that time of the year again when the whole family piles into the car and we head out to the pumpkin patch for hay rides, obligatory fall photos and over-priced apple cider. It's a racket, but I tell myself I'm making memories and try not to think about the fact that I'm paying $8 to have my kid's face painted. When we were heading out I let each kid pick a pumpkin and I picked up a few acorn squash for dinner. We were standing at the check out counter spending my last $10 when my 5 1/2 year old spotted a pumpkin carving kit. (Apparently even farm stands know about product placement.)
This is a deliciously simple way to prepare butternut squash. Roasting lets the naturally sweet, rich flavor of butternut squash shine without a lot of additional seasoning.
Enjoy the flavors of fall with a delicious squash recipe. From a warm baked acorn squash to delicious butternut squash soup, we've got the best squash recipes on the web.
Butternut squash, that staple of autumn cooking, lends itself to any number of cooking methods. If you're looking for a recipe for how to cook butternut squash that is both easy to prepare and out-of-this-world delicious, try this roasted version. Roasting the squash intensifies its flavors and highlights the buttery, nutty undertones that give this large winter squash its name.