Cook it in an oven until it be soft then eat it. This literally is not difficult.
Here's a tip: don't just buy random ingredients if you're a simpleton who lacks imaginationTL;dr Google
>>17041121Here's a tip: don't come to my threads if you're a non-fren.
>>17041121>>17041173Here’s a tip: sometimes you can rub toothpaste on the ps2 disc if it has scratches and it’ll work
>>17041117Cut off the peel and cut into cubes. Avoid the seed pocket in the bottom. Drizzle on some olive oil salt and pepper. Roast on cookie sheet at 400 for 25 minutes. Use some parchment paper for easy clean up
>>17041119This or cut half, run with a little olive oil, pats of butter and brown sugar.Or you can skip the brown sugar for salt and pepper
>>17041117These have been so cheap at Aldi for a couple of months now. I buy them often because they literally wait for you until you are good and ready to cook them. Good end of week kind of side.I typically slice off the the stem end, bottom end, then straight across the middle where the bulbous bottom starts. Peel with a peeler, then you decide big cubes or slices. I usually steam pretty big cubes if using in baked mac n cheese recipe, bake with a toss of seasoning and olive oil maybe along with several other veggies on a sheet pan, or I add cubes to a curry simmer sauce along with my meat, peppers and onions. I love it these three ways.You can hasselback each half and add some sage, bay, lemon, or basil leaf flavors between the slices. Or just cook the two lengthwise halves on a sheet until roasted and done, and use the roasted flesh in purees for soups, pies or stuffed pasta fillings. Cooking some italian sausage with a creamy pumpkin or butternut puree doubles as a sauce for pasta, so it isn't just for stuffing.
>>17041213>Avoid the seed pocket in the bottom. Nah, man. Gather several squashes' worth of seeds, wash them to remove those stringy guts, sprinkle with brine and roast them.
literally 425 for 45-60 minutes, cut open, and eat with some butter/brown sugar if you must
>>17041119>>17041213>>17041250>>17041563Thanks.>>17041292>stuffed pasta fillingsI like the way you think.>>17041186Good to know, man, but I never had a PS2. I went from bootleg NES to PC to nothing.
>>17041117That looks like the perfect shape of vegetable to cram up your ass
>>17041117Puree it, heat it up in a pot with protein and veg of your choice. The best way to eat it.
top and bottom it, cut down the middle, remove seeds. take some garlic, rub it all over the fucker n then put it in the little seed pockets. drizzle with oil and roast til soft. I then take the flesh and combine with chicken stock in a blender (adding the roast garlic if u fancy) - jus a bit of blending so some amount of texture remains. you can use this for many things - generally I tend to use it for soups, as part of a pasta sauce, gnocchi, risotto, curry, pies, tarts, quiche ectectthis is not the only way to cook it, but generally in winter I roast a couple at a time n keep a container of the blended flesh in the fridge
Cut into thin slices, coat with clarified butter (you can dissolve some sugar if you want) and bake.
>>17041117butternut squash is the most based squash because you dont even need to peel it. just remove the seeds and gunk, chop it up into cubes, and roast it
>>17041117Heres a tip: Cook it in an oven then cram it up your ass then eat it.
>>17041117Really nice roasted.I love butternut squash risotto... but knows how you make it though.
>>17041117boil water curry powder soften drain stir fryand a crisp veg to the stir fry part
>>17044634I came here to post this very image
>>17044647It's a classic.
>>17041117put it with roasted chicken and fried potatoes.. as a mashed potato like consistency. tastes very nice
Good Soup: Peel it. Chop it up into chunks and while you're at it chop up a carrot, an onion, and some garlic.put squash and carrot in the oven until they're browned. Meanwhile get a pot and sautee your onion and garlic in butter. When squash and carrot are browned and soft add them to the pot with some chicken stock and herbs if you want. Bring to a boil. Blend it up with some pieces of cold butter. Salt and pepper. Serve
>>17041173Make me, fag.
>>17041117Make some Thai curry with it
Hollow it out and make a flute out of it.
>>17041117I just slice then around 2 cm think then panfry them like 5-10 minutes on each side until soft. needs a bit of salt though.
>>17041172this. its easy and tasty, perfect for the season. all you need is an immersion blender
>>17045539You blow, i will do the fingering
>>17045655so just use it to thicken soups?what kinds go well?
>>17045707chicken stock or cream baseroasted butternut squashpureesimmerthat's it but you could put other vegetables in it if you want
>>17045735you can probably use any root vegetable honestly. my roommate made one with sweet potato, squash, and coconut milk
>>17041117Cube it, drizzle with olive oil and light amounts of honey, salt, pepper, and cinnamon. Bake until soft (probably 15, turning the cubes, then 15) at 400f. Rosemary is good too although I haven't tried it.
I have a hard time eating orange vegetables. They have a weird kind of sweetness I have trouble stomaching. The only way I've found to like them is roasted with salt, pepper, garlic, and butter.
>>17046671I do something similar to this but make a squash pasta that is heavy on sage and served in a cream sauce. It's vegetarian and legit. One of the only non-meat things I'll eat by itself.
>>17045707Here's how I do pumpkin soup, but butternut squash is basically the same as pumpkin so this should work as well.In bottom of pot, saute bacon until crispy (I'd use at least a half-slab for a decent sized pot of soup).Add diced onions, celery, carrots and (optionally) parnsips. Cook in bacon fat until veg softens a bit.Throw more aromatics in e.g. garlic, rosemary, thyme, sage or whatever else you think would be good, cook until nice and aromatic. Freshly ground black pepper is a nice addition at this point.Add your diced squash and then however much stock you need to make up volume. Optionally, you can use pre-cooked squash here. Light boil until the squash is fully cooked or, if you used pre-cooked squash, for at least 20 min so the flavors all develop.Blend, season to taste.
>>17041117roast the butternut pumpkin and then turn it into pumpkin soupbutternuts are shitty for eating straight up and taste best as soupalso >inb4 retarded americans call it a squashwrong
>>17050531They're delicious roasted, you don't know what you're talking about.
>>17041117shove it up your ass
>>17041117>buy some red beetroot & boil it>this >>17042338 - the parentheses>mix balsamic vinegar with honey & a pinch of salt in a bowl>while still hot add the beetroot & squash to the mixture above>cover it & let it rest in the fridge overnight>make some spreadable cheese admixture>use sourdough bread or toast some plain bread>indulgeIt's nothing fancy but it'll make you enjoy life.
>>17042849I'm disappointed that I had to scroll so far down to see this post.
>>17050985not as good as Jap pumpkins or Queensland Bluesbut yeah if I was gunna eat a Butternut pumpkin without turning it into soup, roasting it is about the only other way to make it edible.
>>17050531Pumpkins are squash bro
>>17052571Most pumpkins sold are garbage for eating, too.
>>17053067Fucking Saturday Morning Breakfast Jew spewing inanities as per usual. I can't believe people still push this "hurr, pumpkin spice means the spices for pumpkins" when the original fucking pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks INCLUDES PUMPKIN PUREE AS ONE OF THE MAIN INGREDIENTS. When people talk about pumpkin spice now, they're literally talking about the flavour of spicy pumpkin, not the fucking spice used with pumpkins.Dumb fucking jew.
>>1704463420th post best post
>>17041117Cut them into chunks and roast them with olive oil and seasoning
>>17053067Yes, they are purely decorative in many cases. I grow several types that are very good for eating. Long Island Cheese are a very nice variety. The Japanese have developed several very nice eating pumpkins as well.
>>17041117Like all good winter squash, butternuts are good in soups, pies, roasted, etc. etc. They are also very good in smoothies with bananas for sweetening.
>>17041117C R A M
>>17044634That's such a breedable little squash. God fucking damn. Look at how it's looking at me.
If you're trying it for the first time then your best bet is to use it in a soup so you know what the flavor is like, but it's pretty versatile. You can add it to casserole/stuffing, use it in any foreign recipe that calls for pumpkin, make it into pie, etc.>>17041173Shut up fag>>17053092Shut up schizo
>>17041117Boil them. Mix it 50/50 with potatoes and mash it all up like you would for mashed potatoes.
do these things taste anything like the butternut donut DD used to have?