5 Reviews

This was an easy recipe to prepare even though somewhat time consuming. But the flavors make it worth waiting for. Made for ZWT5

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morgainegeiser May 20, 2009

I'm not going to rate this as I just can't come at a sweet tasting side with a savoury dinner (must be an Aussie thing) I tagged this really to see if I might get toddler DD to eat some vegies and it worked, she was happy and said her pumpkin tasted like honey, hubby didn't seem to mind this either and ate all his but personally not my cup of tea..thanks Mama!

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**Mandy** September 21, 2008

Really interesting combination of seasonings--sage, rosemary, cinnamon, nutmeg--which turn out to work together quite well--who knew? I made this with acorn squash fresh from the farmer's market and paired it with Hey Jude's Marinated Broiled (or Grilled) Pork Chops. A colorful and delicious meal.

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echo echo January 13, 2008

I used butternut squash and learned that, for me, peeling it was a bit easier if I cut it into cubes and peeled each cube. Other than the peeling of the squash, it went together very quickly. Loved the combination of spices = very unusual and very tasty! Will make often, when we can get the squash. Thanks for the great post!

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Wineaux November 14, 2007

This was very tasty and smelled so nice cooking. I used butternut squash, which cooked pretty quickly, so I removed it early and boiled down the sauce separately. I think it would have been nice with a bit more sweetness, that's probably because I used an all natural, cloudy apple juice with no sugar added. Next time I'll use something with full sugar. Excellent recipe. Thanks mama's kitchen!

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AmandaInOz November 07, 2007
Squash With Apple Cider and Herb Glaze - Stove Top