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    Veggies: Squash Gems

    [Cover photo by Barb Gertz.] Great winter squash recipes. (Except recipes for spaghetti squash appear in my cookbook Strings and stuffed squash appear in my cookbook Stuff It! , which is sorted by type of vegetable.) Summer squash recipes can be found in my cookbook Veggies: Too Much Zucchini!
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    A great way to use hokkaido squash. It's super-easy to make and tastes very good.

    Recipe #350530

    Some vegetable dishes, using the right ingredients, can be transformed into a sweet and interesting side dish that has the flavor of a dessert. Butternut squash is naturally sweet that can be made to taste like dessert.

    Recipe #48436

    A winter favorite in my family. I'm giving measurement amounts to satisfy website requirements, but I never measure.

    Recipe #104134

    This looks so good. Try it along with me, won't you? From Kosher Cooking.

    Recipe #103352

    A tasty side dish:) its another Native American dish thats used as a side. such as if you make roasted duck it taste good with any bird:)

    Recipe #164492

    This recipe originally appeared in the New York Times this past March. I love winter squash and paired with curry, chili and tomatoes, this seemed like it would be a hit in my kitchen. Though I have not tried it yet, I’m posting it here for sharing with my favorite foodies. I think this will make a terrific side with paired with Tandoori chicken.

    Recipe #161788

    5 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Wonderfully rich and full of beta carotene! These are available year-round, so you don't have to wait for the harvest season to enjoy them! :)

    Recipe #30377

    I've tried several butternut soups and this is the best of the bunch. Every part of the squash gets used, adding lots of flavor. You can store it in the refrigerator (or so I hear) and reheat, but never boil, the soup.

    Recipe #72695

    From Fitness Magazine, February 2006. This soup can be prepared with just about any variety of squash and pear. The squash skin is used in a resourceful way to make a stock for this recipe. I didn't realize how many hardcore squash lovers there are on Zaar until I checked the recipe database!

    Recipe #151774

    My brother made this from a recipe my SIL got on-line. It's originally from Bon Appetit. I loved the way the fennel and squash tasted, asked her for the recipe, and here it is! Good fall recipe, for Thanksgiving or Christmas (which is what my brother made it for). We never celebrate Christmas on Christmas which is why I'm able to post it early.

    Recipe #148856

    12 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Wonderful flavor combination and they look so attractive.Use unsweetened dried Cranberries or you may substitute dried tart cherries. This will make a lovely Thankgiving or Christmas dish. Original recipe from meals.com

    Recipe #138140

    This is a recipe I came across from Chef Jean Pierre. I just love this soup, I am sure you will too. Perfect for the holiday's! COOKS NOTE: Feel free to microwave your butternut squash if you prefer to save cooking time.

    Recipe #147867

    From WW online. Can also be made with pears instead of apples. Partially cooking a hard-shell squash makes it easier to peel. Pierce the gourd in several places with a fork, microwave on HIGH for 6 to 10 minutes, depending on size, and then peel.

    Recipe #147770

    A great (and impressive!) vegetarian dish for entertaining or to take to potluck dinners. Serve with a salad and it's dinner. Adapted from a recipe from Pilates Style magazine. Walnuts add crunch and lentils add protein and using vegetable oil spray instead of lots of olive oil cuts down on calories without sacrificing taste.

    Recipe #147618

    14 Reviews |  By Geema

    If you want something different to do with the season's harvest of winter squash, try this delicious roasted side dish.

    Recipe #147381

    7 Reviews |  By MSMD310

    I had this at a restaurant in Los Angeles called JAR. When the LA Times posted the recipe, I HAD to try it- delicious and easy (I have cut the butter by half)

    Recipe #146020

    This is a great side for Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #144930

    This is a Delia Smith recipe, which I love and use often, so thought I'd share. It introduced me to celeriac, which isn't the same as celery, by the way. You can prepare the vegetables a couple of days in advance, if need be, and keep sealed in a plastic bag in the fridge.

    Recipe #141971

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A beautiful fall side. Nicely spiced comfort food!

    Recipe #142014

    Great winter soup from Everyday Food.

    Recipe #140076

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