Recipe Tags: Amp, Babies, Background, Butternut Squash, Delicata Squash, Dull Knife, Fall And Winter, Fingers, Half Rings, Leftovers, Microwave, Peeling, Photo, Sharp Knife, Six Inches, Skins, Winter Squash
Roasted Delicata Squash ♥
Say hello to my very favorite "easy weeknight vegetable" — at least during the fall and winter. It's the delicata squash, see those two long-ish squash in the background of the photo? Those are delicata squash. What you can't see is that these guys are small, maybe six inches long. One squash feeds two or four, no need to pack up leftovers.
And delicata skins are edible, not as soft as a zucchini skin but not as hard as the skin of a butternut squash. This is good news because — there's no peeling!
And unlike a butternut squash, where you need to worry about How to Cut, Peel & Cube a Butternut Squash and Keep All Ten Fingers. No, not these delicata babies, these baby delicatas. It's easy as can be to slice into a delicata squash, no minute in the microwave required. Just you and a sharp knife. Or hey, a dull knife, you decide.
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