26 March 2011

Stuffed Kabocha Squash


My Dinner was so pretty, I thought I would share it with you!


Steamed and Stuffed Kabocha Squash


First I cut a hole in the top of the Squash and scooped out the seeds with a spoon, 
just like carving a pumpkin. Next, I boiled it for 15-20 minutes until tender.


Then I stuffed it with Great Northern Beans, Broccoli, 
Gai Lan, Zucchini, Red Onion, Pasta Sauce, and Salsa


All that's left to do is pick up a fork, and dig in!


Boiling the squash is a much faster way than Oven Roasting it, but I think 
if you have extra time, a Baked Stuffed Squash would even more delicious.


Have a wonderful weekend friends xoxo

30 comments:

Missy said... [reply]

Your a gourd, root and muffin empress.
That would make you

Queen Groofin...pronounced "groovin"

(Sorry ...It's late. I'm wonky)

Kath (My Funny Little Life) said... [reply]

What a wondeful idea, Kelsey! I'll try that out for sure! :D

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

Have a great weekend Kelsey!!!!

Stephanie said... [reply]

I love it! It's like a food bouquet!

Tori said... [reply]

I have a kabocha in my fridge!! My mom bought it though, and I really want to steal it! She doesn't eat that kind of thing usually so I"m hoping she'll just forget about it and I can have it! Lol!

fashionfitnessfoodie said... [reply]

ive never had kabocha!! i love the idea of baking it... i hope they have this at the grocery store tomorrow :)

ohonemorething said... [reply]

While I was in Florida for spring break I saw the first kabocha squash I had seen since the beginning of fall... of all places right? I contemplated getting it, but then I decided not to because I didn't feel like driving up with even more food than me and my friends were already crating back with us. Now... I'm kind of regretting it lol. Your stuffed kabocha looks glorious! I love it :D

XO have a wonderful weekend too!

p.s. I saw you got your Facebook back ;p yay!!!

Toronto Girl West said... [reply]

That is a lovely looking meal Kelsey! YUM!!!!!!

Joy said... [reply]

Great post! Yummie :)

Lucie said... [reply]

You always make your food look so freakin' pretty - this reminds me of a volcano about to erupt - yummmmm!

x

Chelsea said... [reply]

Stuffed squash is sooo good! But for some reason the only place I've managed to find kabocha squash here is an hour drive away! I don't get why it's so hard to find. :(

thedelicateplace said... [reply]

that is beautiful! i still can't find any kabocha :( my fave way is to steam cubes of it for 15mins then pop in the freezer for 10-15mins the texture is divine!

Heather (Where's the Beach) said... [reply]

Fantastic! I haven't picked up a kabocha recently. Today is grocery day though...

sara said... [reply]

yum! what a lovely presentation!

balancejoyanddelicias said... [reply]

I'd definitely have this as dinner!!! Love kabocha!
Have a great Sunday

Holly @ The Runny Egg said... [reply]

Love the idea of a stuffed sqaush. Looks delicious!

Tine said... [reply]

Never ate kabocha!
Your dinner looks great. How do you start eating this? Love the presentation!

littlemissminny said... [reply]

This look so great, and pretty interesting to eat :))

the actor's diet said... [reply]

this reminds me of the kabocha stuffed squash i had a chinese restaurant the other night - only that one had oxtail and gracy!

Vittle me this... said... [reply]

Yum! My favorite thing to do with kabocha besides steaming it is making soup! I add spicy candied walnuts to it for a cozy snack!

Jenny said... [reply]

I've never Kabocha Squash before :( Only acorn, spaghetti, and butternut. Time to expand my horizons lol

mindrunningwild said... [reply]

wow that just looks like the best combo ever!! I can't wait to have a kitchen so I can make something like that. in fact, I have a kabocha waiting at home : )

GF Gidget said... [reply]

BEST. MEAL. EVER. I introduced my father to Kabocha Squash this past Thanksgiving. He called me on Friday to get my Rosemary Roasted Kabocha Squash recipe for one of his work colleagues. Apparently, he has been raving about since November, & they all can't wait to try it! HAHAHAHAHA!

thefirstkitchen.com said... [reply]

That looks delicious! I might do that with the acorn squash that's been sitting on my counter! Wish I had a kabocha squash... they don't have them in my grocery store :(

Emily said... [reply]

Your squash looks so pretty; can you believe I've never tried kabocha squash?! It's been hopping around the blog world, but I've yet to see one at my grocery.

Jess said... [reply]

So, I want this. NOW. :)

Jennifer said... [reply]

Genius! I would DEVOUR this! It looks beautiful! <3

xoXOxo
Jenn @ Peas & Crayons

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said... [reply]

What an impressive looking dinner and healthy too which is a nice bonus :D

The Dainty Pig said... [reply]

Love it!!

herenownotforever said... [reply]

such a cool idea!!! i love when people do this!

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