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Frederick Pileggi 25-11-2003 05:01 AM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure to cut
in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred



Wayne Boatwright 25-11-2003 06:09 AM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
"Frederick Pileggi" wrote in
:

Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure
to cut
in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred




There to be at least dozens of ways, many of them simple. The simplest?
Probably buttered with a bit of salt and pepper, baked until tender. If
you prefer them sweet, add a bit of brown sugar or honey.

Wayne

jmcquown 25-11-2003 08:06 AM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
Frederick Pileggi wrote:
Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure
to cut in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred


Fill the center with butter, sprinkle with salt & pepper, bake at 350F for
an hour or until fork-tender. One of my favourite squashes!

Jill



Ol' Hippie 25-11-2003 11:14 AM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
What Jill & Wayne said good stuff

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thoroughly used up, worn out, shouting GERONIMO !"
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V Crenshaw 25-11-2003 12:00 PM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
I put a little butter, brown sugar and cinnamon.

"Frederick Pileggi" wrote in message
...
Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure to

cut
in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred





Frederick Pileggi 25-11-2003 01:47 PM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
Thanks everyone_ butter, brown suger and s&p seem to be the concensus.
I'll make a small foil tent to try to keep everything moist.
_Fred
"V Crenshaw" wrote in message
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I put a little butter, brown sugar and cinnamon.

"Frederick Pileggi" wrote in message
...
Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure to

cut
in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred







LIMEYNO1 25-11-2003 01:52 PM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
I stick the whole thing in the microwave for 15 minutes. Cut in half.
Remove seeds. Scoop out pulp and serve.

"Frederick Pileggi" wrote in message
...
Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure to

cut
in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred





PENMART01 25-11-2003 02:06 PM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
"Frederick Pileggi" writes:

Thanks everyone_ butter, brown suger and s&p seem to be the concensus.


With a brown sugar version I'd omit the s n' p... instead you may want to add a
little cinnamon, some nuts and raisins too. I like baked winter squash draped
with bacon rashers or filled with crumbled breakfast sausage.


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Becca 25-11-2003 02:07 PM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 


Wayne Boatwright wrote:

Probably buttered with a bit of salt and pepper, baked until tender. If
you prefer them sweet, add a bit of brown sugar or honey.


What he said.

I often microwave mine in a covered Corningware dish. Comes out great.

Becca

Dimitri 25-11-2003 02:46 PM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 

"jmcquown" wrote in message
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Frederick Pileggi wrote:
Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure
to cut in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred



Jill


Brush with maple syrup first then like Jill says "Fill the center with
butter, sprinkle with salt & pepper, bake at 350F for an hour or until
fork-tender."

Dimitri



Nancy Dooley 25-11-2003 03:10 PM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
"Frederick Pileggi" wrote in message ...
Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure to cut
in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred


I put it cut side down on a greased baking sheet and bake it for about
45 minutes or an hour (test with a fork to see if it's tender) at 375
or so. I like it just fine with butter, salt & pepper.

N.

Rodney Myrvaagnes 25-11-2003 05:49 PM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
On Tue, 25 Nov 2003 05:01:16 GMT, "Frederick Pileggi"
wrote:

Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure to cut
in half, scoop out the center and ??

I usually cut a cap out of a surface that stays up stably. Scoop out
the seeds, salt and pepper (or Aleppo pepper) the inside surface, and
fill with something.

My most common stuffing is to fill with peeled garlic cloves and half
fill with olive oil. Sometimes I put in a hot pepper, split and
seeded.



Rodney Myrvaagnes NYC J36 Gjo/a


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[email protected] 25-11-2003 06:26 PM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 

On 24-Nov-2003, "Frederick Pileggi" wrote:

Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure to
cut
in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred


Preheat oven to 400F; put halves in baking dish cut side down and bake for
20 min. Remove, turn cut side up, add a pat of butter and fill cavity
nearly full with Dr. Pepper, bake another 20 minutes or until flesh is soft.

Frederick Pileggi 25-11-2003 11:19 PM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
Ok everyone_ As far as cooking, the squash has to share the oven with
bigbird... 325degrees is what I will be using Obviously the time in the
oven will be longer. Is the reason some recommend cooking cut side down in
either a water bath or greased sheet to prevent it drying out? As I
mentioned, I would tent them as best as I can in my scenario.
_Fred
wrote in message
...

On 24-Nov-2003, "Frederick Pileggi" wrote:

Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure to
cut
in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred


Preheat oven to 400F; put halves in baking dish cut side down and bake for
20 min. Remove, turn cut side up, add a pat of butter and fill cavity
nearly full with Dr. Pepper, bake another 20 minutes or until flesh is

soft.



PENMART01 26-11-2003 01:59 AM

Acorn squash - Looking for baking recipe
 
In article , "Frederick Pileggi"
writes:

Ok everyone_ As far as cooking, the squash has to share the oven with
bigbird... 325degrees is what I will be using Obviously the time in the
oven will be longer. Is the reason some recommend cooking cut side down in
either a water bath or greased sheet to prevent it drying out? As I
mentioned, I would tent them as best as I can in my scenario.
_Fred
wrote in message
m...

On 24-Nov-2003, "Frederick Pileggi" wrote:

Looking for a recipe that is simple to bake and serve. I figure to
cut
in half, scoop out the center and ??

_Fred


Preheat oven to 400F; put halves in baking dish cut side down and bake for
20 min. Remove, turn cut side up, add a pat of butter and fill cavity
nearly full with Dr. Pepper, bake another 20 minutes or until flesh is

soft.


Cut side down is steamed , NOT baked... it's okay squash if you like baby food,
but it ain't baked.


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