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made this, halving the recipe (as it was just for me) and the butter/brown sugar mixture began to burn--maybe because I halved the recipe and there was just too much room on the baking sheet. It also only took about 30 minutes to cook. I added cinnamon. It's delicious!
Easy to put together and really, really good, too!! What more could you ask? This was not nearly as sweet as I thought it might be, which was great, since I prefer savory entrees and sides. Love the crunchy outside/creamy inside texture. This is a keeper!
Excellent recipe. The second time I made it I sprinkled it with cinnamon. I am guessing 1-2 tsp? Delicious.
VERY different from what I expected, I thought all these ingredients put together was a little odd, but it came together very nicely, I believe next time I will cut down on the pepper. but I LOVED this!
I cut this recipe in half, for just my husband and me. I wish I would have gotten two squash so we could have had leftlovers! Will be making this again. :)
I can't cook and found the recipe simple to make and absolutely delicious. We couldn't stop eating it.
I thought this was delicious! What a wonderful way to use up some squash that were given to me.
This was OK. I cut mine into large chunks but they turned to mush. I would suggest a cooking time closer to 30 minutes.
This was EXCELLENT! I made it first time for a group of friends at our Thanksgiving luncheon - and they're a picky bunch. (You know who y'all are...) This got many raves. And DH would have preferred I'd left more at home. This is definitely a keeper. I made it as printed - the kosher salt was a good choice. I'll try substituting olive oil next time just to reduce the fat content a bit. It would work fine with about 1/2 the liquid to 2 big squash. Just have to check it more often. :-)
I cooked this last night and we loved it! This what I am making for Thanksgiving instead of sweet potatoes. YUM!!!!!!!!!! I hava tip for people who have arthrits and have a hard time cutting this hard to cut squash. Use a sharp knife and tap the blade with a wooden mallet to cut through (on a cutting board) It saved my hands last night. YaYa