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Argonaut squash

Posted by stan_ia_z4 z4 ia (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 7, 04 at 20:20

I had a bummper harvest of Argonaut squash. The cylindrical fruits are over 28 inches and weigh over 30 pounds. They are similar to the Waltham butternut. They are a bit watery. Is there a way to cook them to reduce the moisture content?


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RE: Argonaut squash

You can peel, then slice these and bake in a single layer on a buttered pan (I use a couple cookie sheets) in a moderate oven, about 10-15 minutes per side depending on your pan and your oven. If you butter and season with salt/pepper or brown sugar, put that on before baking.

Roasting them with the cut side up usually does the trick also.


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