Friday, January 6, 2012

Potato burritos and Kabocha

It's the squash time of year again!  Last year, I finally tried kabocha squash, after reading about it all over various blogs.  I'm a butternut kind of girl (and delicata).  Well, kabocha is delicious!  Maybe even a little better than butternut.

So at the market last weekend (farmer's market), I bought one.  Last night I simply cut it in half, scooped out the seeds, and sliced it (okay, that's a pain).  Salt, pepper, olive oil, roast it 30 min at 400F.

I served this with potato, onion, and cheese burritos.  The CSA starts up next week, so by Thursday we're running low on veggies.  I fried up some onions and potatoes and shredded cheese.  I had two HUGE avocados for guacamole.  And that, my friends, was dinner.  I forgot to take pics at the beginning.  Oops!

2 comments:

Kalli said...

YUM! my kind of meal....and yes cutting kabocha raw is scary and a pain!

Joanne said...

i LOVE kabocha! It's my favorite. Sounds like the perfect side to those delicious burritos!