see Remember that butternut squash you roasted to make my Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies? I know you didn’t use all of the squash, unless you went cray cray and quadrupled the recipe. I can understand if you did, those brownies were so yum, I blinked and the plate was practically empty! Lol. Niws, I used my leftover squash to make this beautiful oven roasted pumpkin salad and so can you ;)
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low dosage of accutane viagra generico 25 mg prezzo piu basso a Genova Ingredients go to link (serves 4)
1 butternut squash, quartered
1 sweet potato, washed
200 gr chestnut mushrooms, quartered
1 medium onion, cut lengtwhise
100 gr baby roma tomatoes
salt & pepper
click here 1 small clove of garlic, finely grated
2-3 tsp honey
juice of half a lemon
1-2 tbsp olive oil
Preheat oven at 200 C.
Prepare two baking trays by splashing some olive oil around. In one tray place the squash skin down and add the sweet potato.
In the other tray arrange mushrooms, onions and tomatoes so they aren’t touching. Sprinkle some freshly ground salt & pepper on the mushrooms then place both trays in the oven. The tray with pumpkin & sweet potato get the lower rack of the oven and the mushies and such the middle rack.
Let the mushrooms and tomatoes roast for about 20 min and the pumpkin about 40 min.
Halfway through I flip over the pumpkin and sweet potato so they get roasted on both sides.
Once roasted you can either let it rest and make a cold salad or blister your fingers by peeling of the skin ;)
Make the dressing by mixing garlic, honey, lemon juice and olive oil together.
Toss all veggies in a bowl, drizzle the dressing on top and enjoy!
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