This Acorn Squash recipe adds a slight twist to the traditional version of roasted acorn squash. A sweet, buttery squash with a hint of cinnamon, allspice and hazelnut. This recipe is great for any week night or holiday meal. It is relatively easy to make and the kids love it!
The toughest part in this recipe is cutting the squash in half. Use caution and a sturdy, sharp knife, making sure to keep your fingers out of the way. If you are nervous, start with a small cut into one of the squash’s furrows. Once you have an initial cut you can adjust your knife and make the cut larger. Continue to work until you are a little more than half way and then flip the squash over and start from the other side. Don’t try to cut through the stem. Once you have cut all the way around, grab both sides of the squash and twist. The squash will break in two and the stem will stay with one side. You can roast the squash with the stem intact.
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