Balsamic Roasted Pumpkin

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  • (Note: This recipe can also be used for butternut or other types of squash) Peel and slice the Pumpkin into 1" cubes.
  • Brown the butter and add sage.
  • Add the pumpkin.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Add Balsamic vinegar, molasses and sugar.
  • Bring to a boil.
  • Transfer to a baking dish.
  • Roast at 425-450 for 30 minutes until very tender and caramelized.
  • Serve as a side dish to roasted chicken or turkey, use as a stuffing for ravoli, mix with vegetables and chicken stock to make a soup or serve alone with bread.
  • Serves 4.
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  1. Mia in Germany
    OMG, this was good! I used hokkaido pumpkin and beet molasses, and we both were raving. Made it exactly as written except that I reduced the temperature to 375 °F because my oven is a convection oven. Thanks for sharing, this is a total winner which I'll be making again!!<br/>Made for CQ 2014
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  2. Greggarious
    We love it! The key is to stir it up 3 or 4 times during roasting to get nice caramelization.
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  3. rosslare
    Fantastis flavors! I made only 1/3 of the recipe and prepared it in a frying pan on a stovetop. It turned out perfect! There was just the right amount of sauce, in right consistency.
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  4. Miz Mary
    Really liked this and learned lots from making it. Have gone on to my own version with less saturated fat,honey and citrus or pomegranate juice instead of refined sugar. 2 things I learned: -sulfured molasses will leave a bitter aftertaste -the squash carmelizes on the side that is down on the dish. So, turning it during cooking is important.
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  5. Miz Mary
    Really liked this and learned lots from making it. Have gone on to my own version with less saturated fat,honey and citrus or pomegranate juice instead of refined sugar. 2 things I learned: -sulfured molasses will leave a bitter aftertaste -the squash carmelizes on the side that is down on the dish. So, turning it during cooking is important.
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