Make this with either delicata or butternut squash. If you’re using the delicata, no need to peel.
Did you see this recipe pushed out by the New York Times today? Do you, like me, still have some delicata squash waiting to be used? You could do this butternut, but you’d have to peel it first.
This recipes comes from the Washington Post.
I’m particularly fond of stuffing delicata squash and have adapted from a recipe in from a Freedom Farmers Market email newsletter. No idea who to credit for the recipe. Try these with your mustard greens or with something milder you pick up at a local farmers market.
One of the great things about delicata squash is that you can cube it up with no peeling. This recipe is adapted from one in “The Sugar Solution Cookbook.” I happen to be a big fan of the combination of rice and lentils. Perhaps you are, too.
Laurie and Will Moore are some of my favorite farmers. They started the Freedom Farmers Market along with Charlotte and Wes and are just lovely, lovely people.
They published this recipe in their weekly e-newsletter today and I am sharing with you exactly as they wrote it: (And a note – if the delicata peel is a little rougher than you think you want to eat, just use a peeler to remove that part of the peel. The rest will be tender and delicious.)
Can’t believe it’s delicata squash season already. Enjoy them during their brief time with us. This recipe came originally from the New York Times.
This recipe is from chef-owner Mateo Granados or Mateo’s Cocina Latina in Healdsburg, California. It was published in Sunset magazine last year.