7 Reviews

I enjoyed this. I love winter squashes and am always looking for a new way to prepare. I found it a whole lot easier to cook with the skin on,it practically falls off after cooked. My husband wouldn't eat this, but I think the whole idea of a strange looking squash did him in. Since he wouldn't eat any, I put the left overs in the fridge and munched on the wedges as a snack.

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tara portee November 13, 2010

Loved this recipe! I love winter squash--but frequently have trouble finding new savory instead of sweet ways to prepare them. We've already made this twice. Personally I find it easier to cut the wedges in half & THEN peel them. I cut down the lemon juice to 1-1.5 T because the first time we found them a tad too acidic. I also use ground rosemary because it adds more flavor without the wood-like pieces of fresh rosemary. Thank you for sharing this recipe!

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KitchenAndCraftAdventures September 28, 2010

I liked this recipe a lot, DH thought it was ok. I thought this would be a nice healthy side of "fries" to the hamburgers I was serving. The taste of the rosemary really came through, which I enjoyed and I used fresh grated parm, which was also very nice. Thanks for a different way to prepare acorn squash!

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Dr. Jenny February 16, 2010

I'd remembered hating acorn squash as a child and decided to see what my grown-up taste buds would think. I am so glad I chose your recipe to try! One small cut up squash easliy fed my family of four- not that anyone else at the table got a whole lot because this was sooooo good I hoarded as much of it for myself as I could!

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Nickeletta February 25, 2007

Very simple and yummy. Not my favorite way to prepare acorn squash, but I really like the recipe and will make em again when the mood strikes!

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Errrrin November 05, 2010

We were overrun by squash this last fall from my aunt's garden. So I made this last Thanksgiving, and even the squash-haters tried it and loved it. This recipe could be a tradition for us.

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CharissaEve Boyd April 17, 2004

These are a nice change from the usual acorn squash recipe. Kind of like squash french fries! I added some chopped chives to the recipe, which was nice. The wedges came out good, and my husband liked them very much. I thought they tasted a little burnt, which I think was mostly my fault, so next time, I will do a few things differently. I will use a different cookie sheet and maybe reduce the oven temperature and extend baking time a little. Also, my parmesan cheese was a little old, so I will use fresher cheese. This recipe is definitely worth a try!

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HollyJane October 13, 2003
Rosemary-Parmesan Acorn Squash Wedges