Special Diet - Created Date : 7.9.2019
Thinly sliced butternut squash is enveloped in a sea of caramelized onions and garlicky cream sauce. This side dish is loaded with amazing aroma and delicious flavors.
Have you been enjoying squashes to their full potential?
This Scalloped Butternut Squash with Caramelized Onions is bursting with flavor.
If you’re impartial to butternut squash, I urge you to give this dish a try. The sweet smelling fragrance of the evergreen thyme and copious amount of cream can revamp the most of undesirable vegetables, or gourds for that matter.
Scalloped Butternut Squash with Caramelized Onions
Caramelizing onions takes time as you are slowly coaxing the flavor out of them and turning the sugars into caramel type flavor and appearance. Don’t take them off too early – they should yield a rich brown, soft but not mushy product. This usually takes 20-30 minutes. Towards the end, more flavors are added and then thickened with tapioca starch. Followed by a nice dose of cream — this creates lush, decadent creamy mixture that will envelope the squash slices.
There’s a second-and-a-half between perfection and perfect mush when it comes to cooking squash. Don’t overbake the gourd! Remove the casserole dish from the oven and leave it covered to rest at room temperature for a few minutes. This will also allow the cream to settle before digging in.
Note:If using a small casserole dish, you may want to line the bottom oven rack with a large piece of foil to catch any overflow from the cream.
How have you been enjoying all the seasonal squashes? Let me know in the comments.
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Coconut cream would work great too! Half and half would work well as well. In a pinch, you can also try mixing 1/2 cup of sour cream with approximately 1 cup of milk together – it’ll have a more buttermilk flavor but it should still work. Let me know how it goes. ??
Who can resist this dish! I am so delighted that you shared your healthy and delicious Scalloped Butternut Squash with Thyme and Caramelized Onions recipe with us at the Healthy Happy Green and Natural Party!Thank you so much for sharing your gems and for your support! All the best, Deborah
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