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Twice Baked Squash Recipe

Twice Baked Squash in Pottery Bowl

I used squash that had been cooked up previously and stored in the refrigerator.
Substituting 3 cups of cooked squash for 1 medium acorn. I then placed it into a pottery dish for baking.
Nice creamy texture, a welcome addition to the old holiday standards.

1 : medium large, acorn squash
1 Tablespoon: juice from mandarin oranges
2 Tablespoons: Butter
1/4 teaspoon: salt
1/8 teaspoon: Pepper
1/4 teaspoon: nutmeg
3/4 cup: brown sugar
1 can: jellied cranberry sauce, cubed
1 small can: mandarin oranges, drained

Oven Temp: 325°
Recipe Cooking Time:
Pan Type: 8" square pan

Twice Baked Squash Directions
Baked Squash which has been refrigerated

Preheat Oven.

Cut squash in half and scoop out pulp and seeds.
Place squash cut side down on spayed pan.
Bake for 60 – 75 minutes until tender.
Remove from oven and scoop squash out of the shells (put shells back on pan) and put squash into a mixing bowl.
Add the mandarin juice, butter, salt, pepper, nutmeg and brown sugar.
Beat until smooth.
Stir in the cranberry sauce cubes and oranges.
Spoon mixture back into the shells and put back in oven and bake for 30 more minutes.

Note: You can use jellied or whole berry cranberry sauce.

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