What? The organic butternut squash is cheaper than the conventional butternut squash in the grocery store?!?!
Take home message: it pays to take a good look at the price tags/labels, every time. Don't make assumptions that organic is always more expensive than conventional.
Roasted Butternut Squash with Sauteed Rainbow Chard 烤冬南瓜拌叶甜菜
[Roast Butternut Squash]: Preheat oven 400F. Cut 1/2 butternut squash into bite-size pieces, and lay them on flat baking tray - do not overcrowd. Drizzle some organic canola oil or olive oil (Note: Try not to use cold-pressed extra-virgin olive oil under high heat. I usually prefer to use such extra-virgin olive oil as salad dressing, as final touch drizzle to dishes or low-medium temperature saute) over squash, pinch of sea salt, mix well. Roast for about 35-45 mins till squash is cooked, tender and slightly browned at the edges.
[Saute Swiss Chard]: Rinse the chard, separate the stems, and leave and finely chop the stems and leaves. Saute 1 clove finely minced garlic in extra virgin olive oil, then add the stems first, saute for about 3 mins, then add the leaves, fry till cooked and tender. Sea salt to taste. Allow to cool for about 5 mins.
Mix in the sauteed chard into the roasted squash, toss well. Before serving, sprinkle some raisins, roasted pumpkin seeds, and hemp seeds.
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Tag: squash salad, roasted butternut squash
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