One of the things I love about our CSA, in addition to the contents of the weekly box, is that the farm’s website features a long list of recipes specifically targeting the ingredients they share each week. It’s a great idea, especially for those items that you might not use as often as others. Today, I pulled up a recipe for Delicata squash, and it turned out great. At one point during the cooking process, Queenie called out from the other room: “That smells REALLY good,” and it did. And after I’d stuffed the squash, she happily polished off the leftover filling.
Here’s the recipe: http://www.oxbow.org/recipes/roasted-delicata-squash-stuffed-w-white-beans-greens-sage/ (sorry – can’t get the “link” function to work properly, so you will have to cut-and-paste until I can sort it out.)
The only bit of “veganizing” I had to do was the Parmesan cheese. You can either make your own, use a store-bought brand or skip the step and just put a little salt and oil in your breadcrumbs. (I used a store-bought one this time around.)
Here’s what it will look like:
Perfect cold-weather fare.