Kabocha Squash with Ginger Dressing

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Kabocha looks like a green pumpkin from the outside and has sweet, bright orange flesh inside that tastes like a cross between a pumpkin and a sweet potato. Try this interesting preparation with an Asian flair.



Mix sugar or honey and lemon until most of the crystals dissolve. Add soy sauce, ginger and sherry. Let stand as long as convenient, covered (or use right away).

Rinse squash. Set in pan and place in 350º F oven. Bake until easily pierced with a fork, about 60 minutes. Halve at once; scoop out seeds. Cool to lukewarm and cut into sections. Spoon dressing over lukewarm squash sections.

Recipe by Ladybug brand produce, Organically Grown Company

Source: Sound Consumer November 2007

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