7 Oct

(A note on this re-blog: It is Hot, Cheap & Easy’s Number One searched-for post in the late summer….a dead simple recipe that demystifies the pattypan squash! So as a public service, I am re-posting!)

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These summer squashes — with their tam o’ shanter shape and luscious colors — look more pretty than edible, but they are really tasty, so have no mercy, grab them off that fall centerpiece and cook ’em up while they are fresh and tender!

This is a really basic recipe for roasting that I used recently when packing the oven with four different veggie dishes. You can boil pattypans, stuff them (Click here for a gorgeous and simple stuffed pattypan recipe!) , even grill them (brush with lemon and mint, yum, yum), but this will do the job if you just want to get the job done simply.

I do recommend scooping the seeds if there are a lot of them and you have the time.

Roasted Pattypan Squash

2 medium pattypan squash (about 1.5 lbs), quartered, seeds removed if desired

2 -3 Tbs extra virgin olive oil

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4 Responses to “”

  1. Bluejellybeans October 9, 2012 at 7:59 am #

    Muy buena idea haberla reblogueado, se me había escapado esa 😉

    • Natalia at Hot, Cheap & Easy October 9, 2012 at 10:23 am #

      Estaba pensando re-bloguear tu tortilla de patatas…quiza podras hacer lo mismo y asi tenemos los guest blogs que estabamos considerando?

  2. Tammy October 8, 2012 at 11:40 am #

    We are done with squash until next year. So sad.

    • Natalia at Hot, Cheap & Easy October 8, 2012 at 5:04 pm #

      Oh, my condolences. We are about done too!

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