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Oven-Roasted Squash with Garlic & Parsley

November/December 2009

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Winter squash becomes tender and sweeter when roasted—a delicious side for a holiday dinner. Look for interesting squash like kabocha or hubbard at your farmers’ market and try them in this recipe. (Recipe adapted from Alice Waters.)



READER'S COMMENT:
"Great recipe. I use butternut squash and sweet potatoes. I toss both with equal amounts of olive oil and honey....usually 2 tablespoons of each. i also roast my vegetables at a higher heat...425 and cook less time. The sweet potatoes...
Oven-Roasted Squash with Garlic & Parsley Recipe

21 Reviews for Oven-Roasted Squash with Garlic & Parsley

11/15/2010
Anonymous

Butternut squash is one of our favorites, and this is a delicious way to prepare it. The same ingredients (less the squash) works for sweet potatoes. Try it!

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11/15/2010
Anonymous

i just love any roasted vegetables. once a week I do a big tray of roasted veggies. It includes butternut squash, sweet potatoes, carrots, aubergines (egg plant), red onions and whole garlic cloves. I chop all the veggies and toss them in extra virgin olive oil, salt, pepper, oregano and rosemary, then spread them on a baking tray and roast for about an hour, turning them just once and if needed sprinkle a touch more olive oil on them. I don't bother to parboil them first. My kids love them.

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11/15/2010
Anonymous

Consider using Grape Seed Oil for the coooking portion, other types of oil are not suitable for cooking healthy.

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11/13/2010
Anonymous

Wonderful! I doubled the parsley because I love it so! - it was DELICIOUS

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09/22/2010
Anonymous

This is an especially flavorful and easy way to prepare squash! I did raise the temp to 400 and it took 45 minutes. Last year it took too long at 375. This recipe has become a favorite.

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