Roasted Butternut Squash Recipe

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Before you get tired of eating sweet potatoes, how about trying a delicious orange alternative that will even satisfy a sweet tooth?

Butternut squash, a favorite fall vegetable is chock full of benefits. To name a few, butternut squash is packed with Vit A ( nourishing to the skin), potassium and fiber. A cup of cubed butternut squash also provides 582 mg of potassium, more than the amount available in a banana! Studies have indicated that people who consume more carotenoids, including, beta-carotene are less likely to develop colon cancer. 

Here’s a cool fact-Butternut squash is actually grown in the summer but harvested in the fall to eat as a “winter squash”. 

Here’s how to make Roasted Butternut Squash:

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Peel one large butternut squash ( this is good for the hubbies to do)

Cut off ends- then cut in half then quarters then cubes. Place on roasting rack with a Silpat or just on the rack.

In a separate bowl mix three tablespoons melted ghee with one – two tablespoons brown sugar ( I had light brown at home)

Brush the squash with this mixture then add a good amount of pepper to the squash.

Roast for about 45-50 minutes turning once halfway with a spatula. The outside will caramelize into a beautiful brown color.

Hope you enjoy it! Just wanted to offer a “sweet” note this week with all the outer chaos. I find when I turn to nature I feel nurtured and strengthened by its everchanging colors and rhythms.

with fierce love,

Gedalia

 

 

 

Gedalia Genin
Gedalia Genin
For more than 15 years, Gedalia has helped women spark new pathways to health and vitality by drawing on a wealth of holistic gems — Ayurveda, essential oils, gemstones, nutritional advice, sound healing, herbs and helping women reconnect with their creativity. With warmth and compassion, Gedalia works in partnership with her clients. Women who have faced even lifelong medical, emotional or other struggles, say they leave the sessions with a greater sense of wholeness, ease, and vitality.
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