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Walnut-Squash Crostini

Walnut-Squash Crostini


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Ingredients

  • 2 Pounds hubbard squash, cubed and roasted
  • ½ medium onion, minced
  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • ⅓ Cup Asiago cheese, grated
  • ¼ Cup walnuts, toasted and minced
  • 2 Tablespoons fresh mint, minced, plus more for garnish
  • ¼ Teaspoon salt
  • ¼ Teaspoon ground pepper
  • ⅛ Teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 whole-wheat baguette, thinly sliced

Directions

Purée the roasted squash. Over medium heat, sauté the onions in 1 tablespoon of the oil until lightly caramelized.

Add the cooked onion, cheese, walnuts, mint, salt, pepper, nutmeg, and the remaining 1 tablespoon olive oil to the squash and purée.

Spread the mix over the baguette slices. Garnish with additional fresh mint and serve warm.

Nutritional Facts

Servings10

Calories Per Serving167

Folate equivalent (total)53µg13%


Month: June 2014

For the last several weeks, our CSA share has included six sweet potatoes. Now, we love sweet potatoes, and they keep well but not indefinitely, so we’ve been trying to think of a dish that would could use up a bunch all in one whack. In fact, we thought that no matter what we made, we’d just roast up all the sweet potatoes that we have on hand (about a dozen), knowing that we’d have no problem eating sweet potatoes that are already cooked — can you say sweet potato quesidillas?

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Month: June 2014

For the last several weeks, our CSA share has included six sweet potatoes. Now, we love sweet potatoes, and they keep well but not indefinitely, so we’ve been trying to think of a dish that would could use up a bunch all in one whack. In fact, we thought that no matter what we made, we’d just roast up all the sweet potatoes that we have on hand (about a dozen), knowing that we’d have no problem eating sweet potatoes that are already cooked — can you say sweet potato quesidillas?

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Month: June 2014

For the last several weeks, our CSA share has included six sweet potatoes. Now, we love sweet potatoes, and they keep well but not indefinitely, so we’ve been trying to think of a dish that would could use up a bunch all in one whack. In fact, we thought that no matter what we made, we’d just roast up all the sweet potatoes that we have on hand (about a dozen), knowing that we’d have no problem eating sweet potatoes that are already cooked — can you say sweet potato quesidillas?

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Month: June 2014

For the last several weeks, our CSA share has included six sweet potatoes. Now, we love sweet potatoes, and they keep well but not indefinitely, so we’ve been trying to think of a dish that would could use up a bunch all in one whack. In fact, we thought that no matter what we made, we’d just roast up all the sweet potatoes that we have on hand (about a dozen), knowing that we’d have no problem eating sweet potatoes that are already cooked — can you say sweet potato quesidillas?

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Month: June 2014

For the last several weeks, our CSA share has included six sweet potatoes. Now, we love sweet potatoes, and they keep well but not indefinitely, so we’ve been trying to think of a dish that would could use up a bunch all in one whack. In fact, we thought that no matter what we made, we’d just roast up all the sweet potatoes that we have on hand (about a dozen), knowing that we’d have no problem eating sweet potatoes that are already cooked — can you say sweet potato quesidillas?

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Month: June 2014

For the last several weeks, our CSA share has included six sweet potatoes. Now, we love sweet potatoes, and they keep well but not indefinitely, so we’ve been trying to think of a dish that would could use up a bunch all in one whack. In fact, we thought that no matter what we made, we’d just roast up all the sweet potatoes that we have on hand (about a dozen), knowing that we’d have no problem eating sweet potatoes that are already cooked — can you say sweet potato quesidillas?

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Month: June 2014

For the last several weeks, our CSA share has included six sweet potatoes. Now, we love sweet potatoes, and they keep well but not indefinitely, so we’ve been trying to think of a dish that would could use up a bunch all in one whack. In fact, we thought that no matter what we made, we’d just roast up all the sweet potatoes that we have on hand (about a dozen), knowing that we’d have no problem eating sweet potatoes that are already cooked — can you say sweet potato quesidillas?

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Month: June 2014

For the last several weeks, our CSA share has included six sweet potatoes. Now, we love sweet potatoes, and they keep well but not indefinitely, so we’ve been trying to think of a dish that would could use up a bunch all in one whack. In fact, we thought that no matter what we made, we’d just roast up all the sweet potatoes that we have on hand (about a dozen), knowing that we’d have no problem eating sweet potatoes that are already cooked — can you say sweet potato quesidillas?

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Month: June 2014

For the last several weeks, our CSA share has included six sweet potatoes. Now, we love sweet potatoes, and they keep well but not indefinitely, so we’ve been trying to think of a dish that would could use up a bunch all in one whack. In fact, we thought that no matter what we made, we’d just roast up all the sweet potatoes that we have on hand (about a dozen), knowing that we’d have no problem eating sweet potatoes that are already cooked — can you say sweet potato quesidillas?

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Month: June 2014

For the last several weeks, our CSA share has included six sweet potatoes. Now, we love sweet potatoes, and they keep well but not indefinitely, so we’ve been trying to think of a dish that would could use up a bunch all in one whack. In fact, we thought that no matter what we made, we’d just roast up all the sweet potatoes that we have on hand (about a dozen), knowing that we’d have no problem eating sweet potatoes that are already cooked — can you say sweet potato quesidillas?

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