Whether looking for a quick and delicious lunch or a hearty, satisfying dinner – this dish has you covered. Covering both aspects of filling and tasty, yet also quick and nutritious. There are many different types of winter squash to choose from, such as butternut, acorn, buttercup, banana, hubbard, among other types. Their uses typically center around cuisine and/or decoration, as their pulpy interior is easily hollowed out while the exterior is commonly used for painting or carving. The highly popularized pumpkin we all know and love is considered a squash, and is a prime example of this.
Use any type of squash you prefer for this recipe, though smaller bowl-shaped squash work best, as that is what their use for this recipe is mainly for. That is, aside from extracting the flavors of their interior, in conjunction with the other ingredients.