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i have alot of squash (all sorts) that i have roasted pureed and frozen, just so it wouldn't go bad. could you all give me some ideas and/or recipes of things to do with this?

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i have alot of squash (all sorts) that i have roasted pureed and frozen, just so it wouldn't go bad. could you all give me some ideas and/or recipes of things to do with this?

tia!

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I've used it in pancakes, and in muffins. you can replace pumpkin puree in almost any recipe...
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I add it in my mac and cheese - improved flavor!

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Agree with the above.

It's also excellent in savory stews.
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Ravioli...YUMMMMM

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in pumpkin bread, pumpkin pies.
also, it makes awesome bean burgers. leftover rice, beans, spices, and squash make awesome burgers!
throw some in any soup, or casserole.
fine purree is a great substitute for egg or fat in baking.
i also add it to pasta sauce for some extra color, flavor, and vitamins
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creamy butternut squash soup

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Heat up with butter, cinnamon and maple syrup, eat as snack

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Squash Soup

1¾ cups squash puree
1 cup apple juice or cider
½ cup milk
½ cup plain yoghurt or sour cream
1 tsp ground ginger
2 tsp curry powder
¼ tsp salt
1 medium onion, chopped
1 tbsp butter

Heat butter in medium saucepan over medium heat, then sautee onion approximately 2-3 minutes until tender. Add ginger, curry and salt. Stir in pumpkin and apple juice. Reduce heat slightly and stir in yoghurt/sour cream and milk. Serve hot with bread and cheese.

Also, there's pumpkin pie (pumpkin and squash are the same). I can post my recipe if you want.

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Add to cheese and cook in quesadilas. Add to chicken soup. Pick up Deceptively Delicious and you'll have a thousand uses. I made a banana- marshmallow dip that was equal parts banana, butternut squash and marshmallows.
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