Rewind: Turkey Stuffed Delicata SquashThis is a rewind post, brought up from the archives and given new life here at the front of the blog - hope that you enjoy it!
Delicata squash have become a favorite of ours, because of their delicious sweet and rich flesh. They are similar to acorn squash, but with a deeper flavor and without the ridges that can make acorn squash difficult to prepare. I have seen lot of recipes for both Delicata and acorn squash that say the skins are edible, but we aren't so crazy about that idea, though you may find that you enjoy them, and with this recipe you can go either way.
Previously, I posted a recipe for a side dish using Delicatas: Maple Glazed Delicata Squash, but today, I have a main course that comes in a nice neat little package - the squash itself. It's an easy meal to prepare but is full of complex and rich flavor. Leftovers will keep in the fridge for 3 or 4 days, to become another dinner, and maybe a lunch as well, or can be frozen if you wrap them nice and tight so they can't get freezer burnt.
It's immensely satisfying to put a meal l...