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Hubbard Squash Casserole

I bought a Hubbard Squash at a local farmer's market and never had cooked one before. They told me it tasted like sweet potato, so I used seasonings that I like with sweet potato, and it does taste similar! You may have to adjust the sugar and cinnamon to your taste, or if you have an extra-big squash.

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  • Cook squash; I halve it, remove the seeds, and do it upside down in the microwave in a pie plate, with 1/2 inch of water on the bottom of the dish.
  • It takes about 10 minute.
  • per half, depending on how big your squash is.
  • When cool, pare off rind, and cut in chunks, placing in large bowl.
  • Add butter, sugar, cinnamon.
  • Mash with potato masher or hand mixer.
  • Put puree in baking dish.
  • Bake at 350 for 30 minutes.
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"I bought a Hubbard Squash at a local farmer's market and never had cooked one before. They told me it tasted like sweet potato, so I used seasonings that I like with sweet potato, and it does taste similar! You may have to adjust the sugar and cinnamon to your taste, or if you have an extra-big squash."
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  1. Sudie
    I bought a Hubbard Squash at a local farmer's market and never had cooked one before. They told me it tasted like sweet potato, so I used seasonings that I like with sweet potato, and it does taste similar! You may have to adjust the sugar and cinnamon to your taste, or if you have an extra-big squash.
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