Thursday, 19 June 2008

Harissa Roasted Butternut Squash



Oooooh YUM!
Well today, seeing as I had a Butternut Squash lurking, I thought I'd roast it in some olive oil and be adding some, well, (quite a good couple actually) spoons of Rose Harissa.

Peel and cut the butternut squash into bite sized chunks, drizzle with Olive oil and stir in some Rose Harissa.
Bake in a pre-heated oven at 200c for about 30 minutes - or until the squash is tender.
PS: That isn't all we had for dinner in case you think I've gone on a diet or something, just I'm trying to make my pictures look less busy!

8 comments:

Kevin said...

Butternut squash roasted in harissa sounds great! Sweet and spicy.

Marie said...

I love harissa roasted anything Jan! You should try sweet potatoes. They're really good roasted with Harissa paste! Your butternut squash looks divine!

Peter M said...

You can still find butternut squash about? Lucky you and the sweet and spicy would be Janet-izingly good!

Raquel said...

Yummie! That sounds great!

Prudy said...

I'm a huge winter squash fan so I know that I'd love this. I'd also love those pears with blue cheese below. What a lovely blog!

Jan said...

Kevin - It was really yummy and like you said sweet and spicy too!

Marie - Thank you.

Peter - You've not lost your touch lol. The demented woman btw today has cooked Moussaka!

Raquel - Thank you.

Prudy - Glad you found my blog because now I've found yours too - yours is great!

nicisme said...

I've got some squash and harissa in the fridge, just need you to come over and do it for me! (I know, I'm lazy!)

Sue said...

I love roasted veggie anything. I've not heard of harissa before what exactly is it Jan and is there an equivalent in the USA?

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