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Roasting is my favorite way to prepare butternut squash - it has so much more flavor than steaming it or cooking it at a lower temp. :D

Plus, it's quick and simple - roasting a butternut squash only takes about a half hour, so it's a nice quick side for whatever else you're eating.

I roasted this butternut squash for my mini-thanksgiving-how-to. More info on that later!

P.S. THIS IS MY 300TH INSTRUCTABLE OHHHHHHHH YAYAYAYAYYAYAYAY

Step 1: What you'll need

  • a butternut squash
  • olive oil
  • salt & pepper
  • (optional but tasty) fresh sage

You'll also need a rimmed baking sheet and an oven preheated to 400 F.

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<p>You don't have to peel 'em. . .scrub, and cook with peel on, good fiber! (and not hard to chew)</p>
Congrats on all those instructables Jessy! <br>I too love sage on roasted squash. Yum!
Ever wondered why a butternut, it's not a nut. Well it looks like a big peanut. lol
Congratz on 300 Ibles. <br> <br>Also they look great! I'll have to try these sometime!
300? Wow, you're amazing!!!!! <br /> <br />Also, the butternut squash looks delicious. I love having the sage in there.
THESE ARE DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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