Sunday, December 04, 2011

Cranberry Stuffed Acorn Squash

Cranberry Stuffed Acorn Squash

This popular recipe for Cranberry Stuffed Acorn Squash has been updated and moved to the Margy Meanders blog. Please click here. -- Margy

6 comments:

  1. Wow - does that ever look good!! I've got a squash that I want to use and we're having pork chops for dinner. This would be a perfect side dish! So glad I saw this post!

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  2. Oh, Margy, that sounds delicious! I must try something like this.
    Now, don't laugh, but it never occurred to me to trim the bottom of the squash so it would stand upright. I always cut it in half from stem to stern, as it were, then cook the two pieces side by side. Your way sounds like a more "balanced" meal!
    -- K

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  3. Sounds delish! I love acorn squash and usually just put in a dab of butter and brown sugar. I'm going to try this!

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  4. Yes, it was a tasty dish and relatively easy to fix. I didn't mention it in the recipe, but I made my own croutons by slow baking some English muffin bread left over from my turkey stuffing.

    Kay, just wanted you to know I didn't waste the top I cut off. I cubed the squash and mixed it with other hearty veggies to oven baked with a little olive oil the night before. The only waste was the stem and the little tip on the bottom.

    Margy

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  5. We actually ate out yesterday, despite hubby's BAD back. and had acorn squash soup. YUM!
    THis looks great, too. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Cheers from Cottage Country!

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  6. I love acorn squash...well all squash and yours looks especially yummy!

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