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A question about a recipe: Butternut Sage Scones

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I have a question about the ingredient "butternut squash puree (see below for directions)" on the recipe "Butternut Sage Scones" from mrslarkin. As a post-Thanksgiving brunch item, could these scones be made with pumpkin puree instead of butternut squash?

asked by SlowFoodieBear about 2 years ago
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Absolutely! Squash puree -- whether it's from a sugar pumpkin, a butternut squash, a kabocha squash, or anything else -- is easily substitutable with another variety.