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Discover different ways to prep and cook winter squash.

Autumn brings a medley of winter squash to grocery stores and farmers’ markets. Eye-catching as centerpieces, winter squash (like butternut, pumpkin, and acorn squash) are also some of the healthiest and most delicious vegetables around. In this video, you’ll learn how to prep and cook winter squash, each method bringing out different flavors for different recipes from squash casseroles and soups to roasted squash. The first method you’ll see is the baked squash method, which builds intense, caramelized flavors. You’ll learn tips for keeping the squash from drying out as it bakes and other tips for enhancing flavors. You’ll learn how to prepare butternut squash and acorn squash, including a way to turn acorn squash into bowls filled with delicious stuffings. You’ll learn the best kind of squash to cook using the boiling method. There’s even a method for cooking squash in the microwave. You’ll also see a simple technique for cutting thick-skinned squash with a well-sharpened chef’s knife.

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Live Within Your Means says:

You should try cooking deliciously sweek Queenland Blue squash from Australia. We have seeds for them also.

Cookit says:

Very tasty 😋😋😋❤️❤️❤️

Chris Andersen says:

I like and have the other methods I'm in to using the microwave

petro062 says:

Plant the seeds in your backyard. WOW..

Bonnie Sims says:

this is my first time every attempting cooking squash!! I am going to do it in the over I pray it comes out alright !!

emmy snowwhite says:

Can we use butternut squash in pies instead of pumkin? Because i can't find pumkin.and butternut squash in my coutry are soooo sweet.

Roseanne says:

Plastic wrap is no longer recommended in microwaves.  Rumor is that they drip toxins when heated.  I will definitely be using all the other tips.

anne marie says:

Thank you. The baking part helped me out.

Allrecipes says:

@MrJingjong YUM!

KasCooks says:

Thank you for the suggestions.

Jay del Corro says:

My favorite is kabocha no nimono and spaghetti squash. I like the acorn squash idea with the stuffing.

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