Baked Butternut Squash with Saba Cooking Banana Stuffing

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Baked Butternut Squash with Saba Cooking Banana Stuffing


Butternut Squash
Stuffing with Rice, Saba Cooking Bananas, Sweet Potatoes and More
Cinnamon, ground
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Pictured above is a large stuffed half of a butternut squash which makes a great main dish by itself when served with a large tossed salad. If you desire to have other dishes for a festive meal, we suggest that you use smaller butternut squash, so that each person is served their own half, and still has room on their plate for the other recipes that have been prepared.

For cooking one large or two small stuffed butternut squash, they can be covered and baked in the microwave oven in about 30-40 minutes on high heat. If using a glass baking pan, cover tightly with plastic wrap. For a larger number of butternut squash, we suggest baking them in a conventional oven at 350 degrees F. in a covered baking pan until the squash flesh is soft, which will take about an hour or a little longer.

We usually make the stuffing the day before, or earlier in the day.

Begin by thoroughly washing the butternut squash. Place the squash on a cutting board, and with a large sharp knife, split the squash lengthwise.

Using a small stuff spoon, scoop out the seeds and set them aside for making Toasted Squash Seeds. Their great!

Firmly pack the stuffing into the seed cavity of each butternut squash half, and sprinkle some cinnamon on the squash surface, avoiding the stuffing, so that you don't change the flavor.

Place in the oven to bake.

When they are baked, serve and enjoy!

Ingredients Information

Cinnamon, ground

Squash, Butternut

Stuffing with Rice, Saba Cooking Bananas, Sweet Potatoes and More

Utensils and Equipment Information

Baking Pan, Glass

Dish, Ceramic Baking