Because this was my first time trying delicata squash, I cut the recipe in half. The dressing I did put just over the meager amounts because it didn't seem like it would be enough. Glad I did. It barely cover the squash and onions. I loved it. My son that doesn't care for hard squash didn't hate it quite as much as usual, but my husband chose to not try it even though he thought it smelled pretty good.
Great! I only had 1 delicata ... and I followed recipe as described(using an entire red onion with just 1 squash) which didn't matter a bit. Also, I think I got carried away with my fresh rosemary but it was delicious...I will use this recipe again!
I followed the recipe. It is delicious!!
First time trying delicata squash. Loved finding out the skin is edible! I made the recipe in half and decided to used honey instead of syrup and baked at 400 degrees for 40. I also tossed the dressing on the squash at the beginning and roasted it all together. Can’t stop thinking about how delicious this recipe is.
Just made this for the first time, just ate my first portion. It was great! I did subsititute dried for fresh rosemary because, well I didn't have any - but this recipe was extremely easy and extremely tasty!
Great tasting squash recipe This is an easy to make, great tasting recipe. The combination of mustard and maple syrup, in small quantities, makes the flavors subtle. I cook the onion on the stove first and then add to the squash midway in the roasting process so that the onions are truly cooked (I don't like raw onion). Pros: The squash is called delicata because its skin is thin enough not to need peeling - another great advantage this recipe Cons: None
Delicious and Easy! This squash recipe was so good! I am not a big fan of red onions, but they nicely caramelized and were sweet. Even my husband who does not typically like squash had seconds. I don't make squash very often simply because it takes so long, but this was easy - just cut it, add oil and seasonings, and let bake while making the rest of dinner. Couldn't be easier! This is a keeper. Oh, and I used butternut squash since my local store didn't have any delicata. Cons: None!
slightly spicy, slightly sweet I'm always looking for squash recipes which don't include brown sugar and cinnamon. The Dijon added a nice spiciness to the dish and the maple: a little sweet (but not too sweet). I accidentally added too much salt but if you aren't as clumsy as I, the suggested amount is a good suggestion. It was easy, simple and very flavorful--highly recommended. Pros: easy