So my sister has her Thanksgiving menu together.
She is cooking a bunch of interesting stuff... pot roast, fried chicken, mash potatoes and gravy...
It's just the two of us. Not sure who's gonna eat all of that. I know she likes to eat for the week and freeze stuff. Not sure how one freezes fried chicken, but oh well...
"I'm bringing vegetables," I said.
We talked about that for awhile. I think I will make a nice salad. I will make a kale dish and a cabbage dish.
And she made a special request: my butternut squash, pear and cranberry dish.
That happens to be one of my favorite veggie dishes to prepare. It is simple to make. As a matter of fact, I was making it while we were talking.
Here it is before going in the oven:
The recipe is simple enough.
4 cups of cubed butternut squash
2 cups of pears
1/2 cup of dried cranberries.
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 cup water
Mix all that together. Place into a 400 degree oven, and cook it until it is done, up to 2 hours.
(That is it. I suppose you can add some cinnamon and sugar and all that. I just don't like sweet sweet stuff. Trying to keep it somewhat healthy. I have also had it with garlic, but I don't particularly care for garlic).
Here it is after a couple of hours in the oven...
I cooked that color right on out of it, didn't I?
I think next time I will cook the butternut squash first. Then after an hour, I will add my pears. They seem to cook at different rates.
I may add some pecans to it.
That'll be good!
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