Fall is here! Apples, Pumpkins and gourds plus goblins too!
Butternut Squash, also known as “butternut pumpkin”, is a winter squash that grows on a vine! It’s really a fruit, yet utilized as a vegetable and is part of the gourd family. It can be prepared many ways such as roasted, sautéed, pureed into soups, sauces and mashed for casseroles, baked goods and even dips!
Below is an ingredient listing to experiment with, including as much or as little of any added ingredient as you wish! Feel free to try a different variety of apple or a walnut vs. a pecan, or shallots in place of red onion. It will be delicious in every way!
- 1 Butternut squash (cooked and spiralized); at ET we offer these already
- Granny Smith Apples (sliced)
- Red Onion (diced)
- Lemon juice
- Maple Syrup
- Olive Oil
- Cinnamon (ground)
- Ginger (ground)
- Curry (ground)
- Allspice (ground)
This cold salad is offered on our salad bar – while quantities last. Here is the outcome of our recent mixture.
– Ellwood’s Kitchen