Apple Filled Squash Halves
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Apple Filled Squash Halves
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:58:01 AM. Recipe ID 20716. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Apple filled squash halves
 Categories: Fruits, Hamburger, Meats, Side dish, Vegetable
      Yield: 4 servings
      2 ea Acorn Squash; Md
      1 lb Lean Ground Beef
  1 1/2 t  Salt
    1/2 t  Cinnamon
      2 c  Apples; Pared & Chopped,2 Lg
    1/4 c  Raisins
      1 x  Salt
      4 tb Brown Sugar; Packed
      2 tb Margarine Or Butter; Melted
  Heat the oven to 400 degrees F.  Cut each of the squash in half and
  remove the seeds and fibers.  Place the squash, cut sides down, in an
  ungreased baking pan. Then add water to the depth of 1/4-inch and
  bake, uncovered, until the squash is tender, about 30 to 40 minutes.
  While the squash is baking, cook and stir the meat in a large skillet
  until it is brown. Drain off the excess fat.  Remove the skillet from
  the heat and stir in the 1 1/2 ts of salt as well as the cinnamon,
  the coarsely chopped tart apples and the raisins. When the squash is
  cooked, turn them so that the cut side is up and remove them to a
   Drain off any remaining liquid in the pan and dry.
   Scoop out the pulp from the acorn squash, making a shell that is
  1/4-inch thick all the way around.
   Season the shells with salt to taste.  Mash the pulp and mix in the
  meat mixture. Return to the shells, piling them full and sprinkle
  with 1 tb of brown sugar on each. Drizzle with the melted butter.
  Bake uncovered until the apple is tender, about 20 to 30 minutes.
  Serve hot. NOTE: You can substitute a combination of 1/2 lb lean
  ground beef and 1/2 lb of bulk pork sausage for the 1 lb of lean
  ground beef.

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Recipe ID 20716 (Apr 03, 2005)

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