5 Reviews

Yummy! I made some variations (added cut-up sausage links, canned diced tomatoes, had to use American cheese, wild onion grass instead of shallots and most importantly, less cooking time!) but this dish was very tasty and beautiful. Will make it a regular cold-weather meal. Thank you!

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kkbohmer October 28, 2011

A different taste combo. Thanks for posting!

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najwa August 05, 2008

I have been on a squash kick lately so this recipe was calling me. I skipped the oil and just sprayed the squash with some cooking spray. I also used low fat cheeses. I love the simplicity of this dish, but the depth of the flavor is great. I scaled this down to serve one person and used a tiny squash. Great recipe!

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anme October 25, 2007

I've been saving this recipe for ages, but somehow never managed to have the all the ingredients together at the same time! But this weekend I made a special effort (also known as a shopping list); and well worth it it was too. Although I found I had to turn the oven down a bit, this dish is easy to make and sooooo tasty; it's lovely served with a green salad and crusty bread. Forget the 'serves 4'; I'm afraid Mr B and I polished off the whole lot in one sitting!

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Mrs B May 01, 2006
Butternut Squash Bake