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Butternut Squash and Roasted Garlic Galette

November 5, 2010 • 5 Comments

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In the video below, watch A&M put together a lovely, savory Butternut Squash and Roasted Garlic Galette by lori_. With a simple, semolina-tinged crust made in the food processor and lots of rustic shortcuts, we think it would make a great lunch paired with a green salad, yet would impress as a dinner party first course too.

This week's videos were once again shot and edited by talented filmmaker Elena Parker.

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almost 4 years ago Lesley

I made this last night for a dinner party and it could easily serve 8 (even 10) as an appetizer. Just two suggestions: might be an idea to stipulate the ideal size/weight for the squash because there is such a wide variety of sizes out there. Also, might be worth mentioning just how good this is cold from the fridge the next day!

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almost 4 years ago Rhonda35

This looks so yummy! Two questions: (1) Can you slice the squash on a mandoline or would it end up too thin? and (2) Where did Amanda go in the middle of the video?! She disappeared and then came back for the eating bit!

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almost 4 years ago bonnie59

I made this for supper last night and the whole family loved it! When I picked up my teenage daughter from school she told me that she was dreaming of having the galette for supper tonight! Alas, I took it to work for my lunch. This will definitely be on my menu for future meals...yummo!

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almost 4 years ago thecrabbycook

Looks fabulous, but the last time I peeled a butternut squash, I required an upper body massage after--it's like wrestling with a rock! Why not cut the squash into big chunks, rub with oil and garlic and roast, THEN peel and slice thin...less labor intensive for lazy cooks such as myself,,,

Tf

almost 4 years ago tuscanfoodie

This looks very good...I will try it for sure...