Stuffed butternut squash

Stuffed butternut squash

When cooked butternut squash has the texture of Galia melon.  It originated from Mexico and it is now widely grown  in England, weather permitting it is harvested in the winter months and then used in a variety of ways, e.g. risotto, baked, stuffed, soups etc. etc. In this picture I have stuffed it by adding parma ham and bearnaise sauce finished off with chilli flakes or chilli oil.

For the full recipe, turn to my recipe page.

Good luck and enjoy!




2 Comments: Add your comment »

  • Jeremy says:

    A new vegetable for me, and what an inventive dish by Nina!

  • Jessica says:

    Hi Nina. I stumbled upon your blog today and I am so glad i did. I love fusion cuisine but must admit I am not familiar with African fusion and the spices you use. I would love to learn about it though. I love butternut squash-in fact had some today and I love how you prepared this. Especially finishing it with the hot chili oil. YUM. visit when you get a chance. I specialize in Sri Lankan fusion. Take care!