Butternut Cream Sauce “Pasta”

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Want to use your hearts of palm spaghetti to enjoy a creamy gluten free low cal pasta dish? You’ll need to roast a small butternut squash in the oven until very soft before preparing this dish (you’ll have extra puree that can be frozen). 

 

Watch Victoria make this and 3 other amazing Hearts of Palm Spaghetti dishes here!

Ingredients (6)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the "Pasta"

  1. Soak hearts of palm spaghetti for 45 minutes in water. This will neutralize the flavor so it will taste less like hearts of palm and will take on the flavors of the dish. Drain and pat dry.

  2. Prepare the cream sauce. In a blender (not a food processor), combine butternut squash, milk and salt.

  3. In a sauté pan, combine hearts of palm spaghetti, butternut squash sauce, and cheese over medium heat. Cook until the dish is hot and the cheese is melted. Top with some Parmesan and enjoy.

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  • Sari Klein

    Hearts of Palm Speaghetti

    Hi - This sounds so yummy and healthy... I've never seen hearts of palm spaghetti, any idea where it can be bought in Lakewood? Hope to make soon! Thankss!
    Posted by Lots Cookin' |December 10, 2019
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi- yes Gefen sell it, you should be able to find it in any Kosher supermarket. I know in Lakewood Gourmet Glatt definitely sells it.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|December 11, 2019
    0
  • Sari Klein

    YUM!

    That was delicious ...in every way!! I'm not sure where they sell hearts of palm spaghetti, so I made with regular whole wheat pasta....not only did it not taste wholewheat but it tasted like wacky mac (not even a healthier version of it!) which my husband really likes and I'm sure most kids would love and not be able to tell the difference! I've never went back for so much doubles of pasta which I guess took away the healthiness ;) Just a few points... Was creamy without too much cheese or milk (good for people like me who cant tolerate too much dairy) but it still had a very strong butternut squash taste so I added more milk to the pot and let the liquid boil out, I think this helped to get rid of the taste....Was worth taking out the blender to make the sauce! Thank you for a delicious dairy supper!
    Posted by Lots Cookin' |December 10, 2019
    0
 
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  • Sari Klein

    YUM!

    That was delicious ...in every way!! I'm not sure where they sell hearts of palm spaghetti, so I made with regular whole wheat pasta....not only did it not taste wholewheat but it tasted like wacky mac (not even a healthier version of it!) which my husband really likes and I'm sure most kids would love and not be able to tell the difference! I've never went back for so much doubles of pasta which I guess took away the healthiness ;) Just a few points... Was creamy without too much cheese or milk (good for people like me who cant tolerate too much dairy) but it still had a very strong butternut squash taste so I added more milk to the pot and let the liquid boil out, I think this helped to get rid of the taste....Was worth taking out the blender to make the sauce! Thank you for a delicious dairy supper!
    Posted by Lots Cookin' |December 10, 2019
    0
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  • Sari Klein

    Hearts of Palm Speaghetti

    Hi - This sounds so yummy and healthy... I've never seen hearts of palm spaghetti, any idea where it can be bought in Lakewood? Hope to make soon! Thankss!
    Posted by Lots Cookin' |December 10, 2019
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi- yes Gefen sell it, you should be able to find it in any Kosher supermarket. I know in Lakewood Gourmet Glatt definitely sells it.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|December 11, 2019
    0

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