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Roasted Garlic Butternut Squash

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Times Food
27th November, 2019 18:29 IST

A warm bowl of your favourite comfort food on a cosy fall night is all you need sometimes. What better than trying a delicious and healthy Thanksgiving recipe this time? With Thanksgiving coming up, we have for you a lip-smacking butternut squash recipe that would elevate your thanksgiving dinner game to another level altogether! Even though it is a side dish, its main job is to compliment all the mains that you prepare with it and especially, turkey and chicken. Butternut squash can be called an exotic cousin of pumpkin. It wasn’t available in India a few years ago but ever since the new supermarkets have emerged, lucky for us, it can be found in some of the stores. Made with super easy ingredients as the name suggests, butter and garlic play a key role in making the roasted butter garlic butternut squash a hit that it is. The butter gives the soothing texture whereas, the garlic pumps up the flavour. The oven does its magic by roasting it with a delicious chariness. This easy recipe can not only be served as a side dish on thanksgiving but can also be prepared as a quick weekday dinner. The spice quotient of the recipe is almost nil which makes it suitable for children as well. To start cooking, follow our step-by-step recipe below.


2 butternut squash

4 tablespoon virgin olive oil

6 cloves garlic

0 salt as required

0 black pepper as required

1 teaspoon garlic salt

0 oregano as required

0 rosemary as required

How to make Roasted Garlic Butternut Squash

Step 1

Start with peeling the butternut squash and cutting it into bite-sized cubes. Put it into a bowl and add chopped garlic in it. Drizzle some olive oil and sprinkle some salt, black pepper, oregano, and garlic salt.

Step 2

On a baking sheet, spray some oil and grease it lightly. Place the prepared butternut squash on the sheet and place it in the preheated oven at 190 degrees Celsius for about half an hour. When done, take it out and sprinkle with some rosemary leaves. Serve hot!

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