Baked Candied Butternut Squash
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Baked Candied Butternut Squash
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:06:00 AM. Recipe ID 31272. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Baked candied butternut squash
 Categories: None
      Yield: 8 Servings
 
      4 lb Butternut squash; split and
           -seed
    1/4 lb Butter
           Salt; to taste
           Cinnamon; to taste
      2 oz Butter melted
      1 c  Brown sugar; Packed
 
  1.Choose a squash with a thick neck and a short belly, as all the
  meat is in the neck. Split and seed it. Put it a glass pan with 1/4
  inch of water, double cover it with saran, and microwave it fro 20
  minutes, until it is tender. You can put in a covered pan with water
  in a 400 F oven and it will steam in about the same time or a little
  longer. When it is fork tender it is done.
  
  2.Drain it and let it cool, and when you can handle it, the tan skin
  will scrape off with little trouble. Much easier than using a potato
  peeler when raw (which certainly works).
  
  3.Mash it with butter season it with salt and cinnamon to taste, and
  put it into a buttered oven dish. A dash of dark rum contributes
  interest to the mix. Babancourt Haitian is what I use.
  
  4.Drizzle the remaining butter over it, and sprinkle the top with
  brown sugar, using more or less to taste. You can also use Maple
  Syrup instead of brown sugar. You can also omit the sugar, or just
  put a little in with the mashed squash.
  
  5.Bake at 350 F for about 30 minutes until a crust forms from the
  melted sugar.
  
  Serves 8 Serving Ideas: A festive dish. Under NO conditions put
  marshmallows in it. Notes: Take care in serving right from the oven.
  The baked sugar gets very hot 




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Recipe ID 31272 (Apr 03, 2005)

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