Kabocha squash is a winter favorite in my house. The sweet, earthy flavor is perfect for cold weather meals. I love roast it in the oven, but that's not all you can do with this delicious winter squash. Today, I've rounded up my favorite kabocha squash recipes to share with you.
Roasted Kabocha Squash
Looking for a fun, new way to cook your squash this season? Then you've got to try roasting it! This method is simple, tasty, and sure to impress your guests. Plus, kabocha squash is particularly delicious when roasted. So read on for all the fun recipes below. You won't regret it!
Roasted Kabocha Squash Soups
If you love squash soups, but don't have the time (or energy) to peel and chop a butternut, then kabocha squash is your new best friend. Kabocha tastes like a cross between pumpkin and sweet potato - so it's perfect for creamy, warming soups! And because it's so dense, you only need one or two cups of cubed kabocha (or you can just roast them whole, and then use the roasted squash) to make a soup. Here are my favorite soups to get you started!
Kabocha Squash Curries
Kabocha squash and curry flavors are a match made in heaven! Kabocha has a sweet, nutty flavor and is often used in curries because its sweetness pairs well with spices like cumin, coriander, and turmeric. Give them a try - I promise you won't be disappointed!
Other Kabocha Squash Dishes
We all make curries and soups with any squash, but it's definitely worth your time to experiment with many more delicious possibilities here! From stuffed squash to rice dishes, and tacos to salads, these recipes will show you just how versatile this little squash can be. So get out your cutting board and knives, and let's get cooking!
Kabocha squash is a great addition to sweet desserts! Believe it or not, this squash makes a delicious and unique addition to cakes, pies, and more. So if you’re looking for something new to try in your dessert recipes, why not give kabocha a go? You might be surprised at just how good it tastes!
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