Acorn squash is a seasonal, flavorful source of potassium, iron, calcium, and vitamin C. The seeds of acorn squash may be roasted and eaten, like pumpkin or sunflower seeds.
Acorn squash stores easy, staying fresh for up to 3 months in cool dry areas away from extreme temperatures and direct light. Their meat can also be processed, pureed and frozen for up to one year. Prep for next year’s holiday bash, this year!
This recipe uses fresh ginger, which packs a hefty throat-punch! If you are too much of a little baby we recommend reducing the ginger by half. But if you are tough enough, go all in and put your face into the heart of Autumn, like a BOSS!