Wild Rice with Roasted Butternut Squash

Faigy Grossman Recipe By
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  • Cooking and Prep: 1 h 10 m
  • Serves: 6
  • No Allergens

Amazing combination of flavors. This superb side dish makes a delightful and healthful accompaniment to any Yom Tov seudah.

Ingredients (12)

Rice

Dressing

Garnish

Butternut Squash

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For the Rice

  1. Cook rice in boiling, salted water according to package directions.

  2. Drain, and spread out on a lined baking sheet to cool.

For the Squash

  1. Meanwhile, preheat oven to 450°F (230°C).

  2. Cube butternut squash and toss with oil and spices. Roast on lined baking sheet until golden brown and tender, about 20–30 minutes.

  3. Remove from heat and allow to cool.

Serve

  1. Combine rice with oil, lemon juice, honey, onion or scallions, and parsley.

  2. Add in squash and toss gently until well combined.

  3. Serve hot. Garnish with pomegranate seeds right before serving.

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  • yael

    Great

    This is YUM. I added salt at the end. I also subbed a mixture of bulgur and white rice for the wild rice as I did not have.
    Posted by lynnie |September 17, 2020
    0
  • Rochel Messinger

    How a diabetic could enjoy this wonderful recipe

    My husband is diabetic - only a bit but it is enough. I would love to make this recipe but I try to avoid using any sweetener at all. I want to try it for the Yomim Tovim when I relax my strict standards a bit - it is Yom Tov after all but how could this be delicious year round - my husband cannot tolerate any sharp spices and I want it to be tasty. I just recently read how beneficial butternut squash is and I would love to add it to my repertoire of recipes. Thank you very much for this wonderful site with such delicious recipes Mrs. Messinger
    Posted by mosesmessinger@gmail.com |September 9, 2020
    0
 
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  • yael

    Great

    This is YUM. I added salt at the end. I also subbed a mixture of bulgur and white rice for the wild rice as I did not have.
    Posted by lynnie |September 17, 2020
    0
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  • Rochel Messinger

    How a diabetic could enjoy this wonderful recipe

    My husband is diabetic - only a bit but it is enough. I would love to make this recipe but I try to avoid using any sweetener at all. I want to try it for the Yomim Tovim when I relax my strict standards a bit - it is Yom Tov after all but how could this be delicious year round - my husband cannot tolerate any sharp spices and I want it to be tasty. I just recently read how beneficial butternut squash is and I would love to add it to my repertoire of recipes. Thank you very much for this wonderful site with such delicious recipes Mrs. Messinger
    Posted by mosesmessinger@gmail.com |September 9, 2020
    0

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