The purists will argue that this shouldn’t be called a lasagna, however the thin layers of potato make an excellent alternative to the pasta in this lovely vegetable dish.
This is an easy recipe for adding a bit of spiciness to your next pumpkin side-dish.
Roasted butternut squash and Brussels sprouts are given a boost with walnuts and dried cranberries. The addition of ground cinnamon and maple syrup make this side dish really stand out.
Don’t limit your thinking to using a butternut squash as a vegetable – Add a few simple ingredients and you have a lovely cake or dessert recipe.
If you’re tired of always roasting or mashing your butternut squash then these fritters are just what you need. Add some of these lovely butternut fritters, fried until crisp and golden, to your next meal.
These baked pumpkin pieces are given an extra burst of flavour with red chilli and ginger. Perfect with a barbecued steak or roast beef dinner.
This traditional Brazilian butternut dessert is made by cooking butternut squash with sugar and spices.
These Butternut Pumpkin Muffins are so delicious, no one will know they are really healthy too. They taste a bit like carrot cake and are a great way to get your kids to eat some pumpkin!
Gruyere-spiked Bechamel drapes over the noodles and butternut squash to give this dish a velvety richness. Hearty, earthy kale perfectly balances the sweet butternut, and crunchy, toasted pecans crown the top of this luscious lasagna.