How to bake Hubbard squash whole
(the easiest squash recipe ever!)
For an easy way to enjoy winter squash without having to peel it or do battle with your chef’s knife, the best option is to
bake Hubbard squash whole
The flesh becomes soft and buttery, requiring nothing more from you than breaking it open and scooping it out with a spoon.
With a sharp paring knife, poke a few slits in the top and sides of the Hubbard squash. This gives the steam a place to escape.
This is what it the squash will look like after it is roasted. The blueish skin will turn darker and it’ll be blistered on the outside.
After you cut it open, or just break it open, because you don’t need a knife, this is what it will look like.
All that's left to do is remove the seeds (save them for roasting), then scoop out the soft, buttery flesh with a spoon.
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Eat the cooked squash with a bit of butter, salt & pepper, or use it in muffins, soup or squash lasagna.
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