How To Cook Squash Butternut

how to cook squash butternut
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  • The edible oily nut of this tree
  • oily egg-shaped nut of an American tree of the walnut family
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chicken with sweet potato dumplings and butternut squash soup
chicken with sweet potato dumplings and butternut squash soup
This is what I made for dinner tonight. I had a sack of sweet potatoes at home that my girlfriend bought at the the vegetable market, so I had to figure out something to do with them. This is how it went down: Bake 2 sweet potatoes at 400 for an hour and let them cool. Get your chicken. 8 pieces on the bone (I had legs, but thighs would have been better). Flour the chicken pieces then throw half a stick of butter in a pot and start cooking the chicken. Flip them once after 8 minutes and 8 minutes later take them out. Put in chopped onions and butternut squash for about 5 minutes and then stir in about a tablespoon of flour. Once the onions get soft and clear, add a quart of chicken stock. I used the last of my homemade roasted chicken stock. Put the chicken back in with chopped parsley and thyme and cook 45 minutes. Now you make the dumplings. Take your sweet potatoes that you baked and puree them. Add them to a cup and a half of flour, a little salt, and a little nutmeg, of which I thought I used too much. Stir them and mix them into a dough and roll it out on some flour. Cut the dough into about the same size that the squash was cut. When 45 minutes is up, remove the chicken again and add the dumplings. You remove the chicken only to create room for the dumplings and you add the dumplings in one at a time so the temperature doesn't change too much. While the dumplings cook, start cutting the chicken off the bone and cutting it into pieces smaller than the dumplings and squash. by the time you cut the meat off the bones, the dumplings will be cooked and this sucker is ready to serve. If you eat more than one bowl of this dish, you need to take it easy. I made an iced cream dessert of sweet potato with buttered and brown sugered pecans. I did not eat any of this. Maybe tomorrow. A guy can only eat sweet potatoes so many times in a day and I had sweet potato for lunch too.
I've learnt how to cook again.
I've learnt how to cook again.
One of the side effects of looking after the girls for a week. (Clockwise from left: honey/sesame roasted carrots, garlic broccoli, roast butternut squash, roast parsnip crisps (from garden), runner beans (from garden). Chicken gravy, roast stuffed chicken, mashed potatoes (from garden) in background. A little excessive, possibly.)

how to cook squash butternut
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