The latest episode of the parody cooking series, “You Suck at Cooking,” teaches you everything you need to know about butternut squash, including soup and roasting recipes for the tasty winter vegetable (technically, it’s a fruit).
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The Soup: carving it out like I did is really hard and dumb. So either bake it first and scoop it out, or cube it. Throw squash, garlic, salt, pepper, broth, curry into a blender and blend. Then cook it. Don’t taste it until it’s cooked! Then taste it and modify.
Baked squash 1: cube squash, mix with olive oil, salt, pepper pepper pepper, and sage leaves. Bake for around an hour. Baked squash 2: halve squash, spread butter over it, put on some salt, and sprinkle some brown sugar or maple syrup.
Bake this for over an hour probably, depending on the size of the squash.But actually just make the other one, or cube it because it comes out better that way. Baked squash 3: throw squash into a volcano, whole. Retrieve squash 0.3 seconds later. Enjoy.