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Acorn Squash With Cranberry Apple Stuffing

Acorn Squash With Cranberry Apple Stuffing created by Elanas Pantry

Some days I need a little inspiration. I knew that I would be baking squash for our Shabbat dinner tonight. And I knew it would have some delicious dried cranberries in it. I just wasn’t entirely sure what form it would all take. I looked around on the internet for a bit and saw this scrumptious looking recipe for a Southern style baked acorn squash and was on my way! Well, <a href="http://www.elanaspantry.com/cooked-veggies/acorn-squash-with-cranberry-apple-stuffing/" target="_blank">here it is</a>.

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  • Cut squash in half and with a spoon, remove pulp and seeds.
  • In a large pyrex baking dish place squash cut-side down.
  • Pour 1/4-inch boiling water into pyrex dish (or use 1/4 inch room temperature apple juice for extra sweetness).
  • Place dish in oven and bake squash for 30 minutes at 350 degrees.
  • In a large bowl, combine apples, cranberries and cinnamon and grapeseed oil to make stuffing.
  • Remove squash from the oven after the 30 minutes.
  • Turn halves over and stuff center of each squash half with apple mixture.
  • Return to oven and bake for 30-35 minutes (or longer) until squash and apples are tender.
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"Some days I need a little inspiration. I knew that I would be baking squash for our Shabbat dinner tonight. And I knew it would have some delicious dried cranberries in it. I just wasn’t entirely sure what form it would all take. I looked around on the internet for a bit and saw this scrumptious looking recipe for a Southern style baked acorn squash and was on my way! Well, <a href="http://www.elanaspantry.com/cooked-veggies/acorn-squash-with-cranberry-apple-stuffing/" target="_blank">here it is</a>."
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  1. LilPinkieJ
    This was a very simple dish that looks like it takes hard work. All of my kids tried it, which is better than I would have done at their ages. The two youngest liked it ok, the two older liked it a lot. I think it may have been a texture thing with the strings. We all thought it tasted like a mixture of a pumpkin pie and baked apple. I'm going to be making this for Thanksgiving too. Made and reviewed for Zaar Cookbook Tag - Thanks! :)
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  2. SugarPlum336
    This is a simple and delicious way to eat Acorn Squash. I used apple juice instead of water in the baking dish. These were part of Christmas dinner and everyone enjoyed them.
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  3. SugarPlum336
    This is a simple and delicious way to eat Acorn Squash. I used apple juice instead of water in the baking dish. These were part of Christmas dinner and everyone enjoyed them.
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  4. chef deblon
    made these for thanksgiving this year with just the addition of chopped walnuts. well received, nice flavor!
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  5. Elanas Pantry
    Acorn Squash With Cranberry Apple Stuffing Created by Elanas Pantry
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