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Butternut Squash Fries

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Makes: Each serving = 50z (uncooked) Total Time: 45 min
Category: Side Dishes Sub Category: Vegetable Side Dishes

what you need
  • 1 whole butternut squash
  • 1 Tbsp. Kosher salt
  • Non-stick cooking spray
make it
Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Cut butternut squash in half first, and then peel it and remove all seeds. Then, slice it up into French fry like shape. Just make sure the slices aren’t too thick, as this will prevent them from getting crispy.

Spray a baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray. Then, take a large bowl, throw in the French fries and toss with some non-stick cooking spray, until all fries are evenly coated. Then, do the same thing with the kosher salt. Make sure all your fries are well coated with the salt. Now, spread out your fries evenly on the baking sheet. Make sure no fries are on top of each other as this would prevent even cooking.

Place in oven and bake for about 40-45 minutes, flipping the fries over once, halfway through. Fries are done when the edges start to turn golden brown and the fries are looking good and crispy. Enjoy!
Notes
Each serving = 1 Weight Watchers Point

*TIP: Because all butternut squashes are not created equal, I suggest weighing your French fries first, before you cook them, in order to determine how many servings will be in your entire recipe.

PS…served with ketchup, these babies are SOOOOOOO good!!!
Average Rating  (2)
Rated  by lllandry on 10/28/2009 The squash is pretty tricky to peel but once you get the hang of it, you'll make these often. Very buttery taste, simular to fried eggplant or fried squash. One average size squash makes a LOT of fries. I put mine under the double broiler and shake often to get them crispy. They really don't need ketchup because they are so buttery and don't really need it! YUMMY!!!
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