Skillet Squash Blossom

Skillet Squash Blossom Recipe

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About Skillet Squash Blossom Recipe:

Opinions vary as to which is the best part of this eye-catching thanksgiving side dish. Is it the tasty, caramelized edges, or the intriguing visual appearance that makes this side dish pretty enough to be a thanksgiving centerpiece? Or is the best part simply a practical one the fact that this recipe can be on the table in under an hour? Quick, pretty, and delicious, this easy butternut squash recipe uses a short ingredient list (you probably already have everything you need) to accent the natural sweetness of roasted butternut squash, a favorite winter squash. There are several varieties of winter squash available in the south, including spaghetti, acorn, butternut, and kabocha, which is a good thing since few vegetables can match winter squash for nutrition, especially when it comes to vitamin a content. The skillet squash blossom is fresh and flavorful; you wont miss the heavy cheese sauces that usually accompany the summer squash casseroles. Save those calories for an after-dinner treat, and choose from our selection of more than splurge-worthy thanksgiving desserts, from silky cheesecakes, syrupy pecan pies, traditional pound cakes and reputation-making mile-high layer cakes.

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  • 50 mins
  • 7 Ingredients
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Ingredients for Skillet Squash Blossom Recipe

  • 0.13 Butternut squash, peeled, halved lengthwise, seeds removed
  • 0.38 Center cut bacon slices
  • 0.06 cup Diced Yellow Onion
  • 1/4 tablespoon Olive oil
  • 0.13 tablespoon Chopped Fresh Thyme
  • 1/4 teaspoon Kosher salt
  • 0.06 teaspoon Black pepper
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Vitamins & Minerals
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment