Butternut Squash is packed with vitamin A, supports eye health, and can reduce your risk of osteoporosis. They can be a little tricky to peel because it contains a sap-like substance that becomes quite slippery when cut. My favorite squash-peeling method is to cut a thin slice off the bottom so it stands flat and place on a cutting board and peel in a downward motion. I usually use a clean kitchen towel to hold the squash because the sap-like substance can also dry into a tough film on your fingers.
BLACK AND WILD RICE SALAD WITH ROASTED SQUASH
Colorful make-ahead salad perfect for picnics or lunchboxes.
BUTTERNUT SQUASH RAVIOLI
Don’t be scared! You don’t have to make your own pasta. You can easily skip making your own and just sandwich the filling between 2 wonton wrappers and seal with a swipe of water.
BUTTERNUT SQUASH WITH CHORIZO-SPICED KALE
This hearty vegetarian dish uses the same seasonings as chorizo. Don’t have any Pimentón de la Vera picante? Don’t worry – it’s just hot smoked paprika. You can substitute with smoked paprika and a pinch of cayenne.
ESCAROLE, BACON AND ROASTED SQUASH SALAD WITH DRIED APRICOTS AND PEPITAS
This is like Thanksgiving in a salad.
FALL HARVEST SPINACH SALAD WITH BUTTERNUT SQUASH
The addition of protein packed quinoa makes this salad an all-in-one meal and the maple-tahini vinaigrette is perfection.
THANKSGIVING KALE SALAD WITH MAPLE-ROSEMARY PECANS
SO GOOD! A hearty kale salad with scrumptious maple-rosemary pecans, roasted butternut squash, feta, pomegranate seeds and mouthwatering maple-shallot vinaigrette.