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Wow! This was so good! We loved the savory taste; some butternut squash recipes end up too sweet. I cooked the whole squash in the microwave for 6 minutes for easier peeling, and baked it at 350 for about an hour. Served with pork tenderloin and creamed spinach. Thanks for posting!
This was very good! I used alot more garlic and added some dried sage. It came out very caramelized and sweet. Thanks for this one! Made for I Recommend Tag Game 2009.
This is the way I like to make butternut squash! I used jarred minced garlic to make it even easier and top it at the end with some parmesan cheese and then broil for a few until it's browned.
We really enjoyed this. A wonderful alternative for those of us who try to avoid sugar. Great flavor.
Very good! Simple and quick to put together. I used 4 good size cloves of minced garlic. Will try adding some fresh herbs as others have recommended. Thanks for posting!
First time i ever had butternut squash. Im glad we started with this recipe. simple and the squash makes the statement. sometimes less is more. thanks for sharing it. Everyone should get a Titan peeler. the one thats on TV. one of the few seen on TV that are worth the money. It worked great for peeling
Really really really good. And easy. My favorite combo :) I toss in a few sprigs of thyme and sage from my garden (I rub a little of the leftover olive oil and garlic on them so they don't burn). Yum!
How could you not love this recipe? 4 common ingredients, 5 min to put together. You pop it in the oven and your house smells like happy, and it's super awesome tasty.
Great recipe. I added some fresh sage. This is great for fall.
So easy and very good! the tendency in South Africa is to prepare this popular vegetable with brown sugar and cinnamon, I prefer your method, Quistis!! I made exactly as directed, and I like another reviewers suggestion of sage, I have plenty growing in the garden and will try adding some next time. Thank you for an excellent twist on a perennial favourite! Made for PAC Fall 2009