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A great way to deal with usual summer glut of [[Squashes|squashes]].
 
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The harlequin [[Squash|squash]] is an ideal size for 2 people and its dense flesh does not turn watery when cooked.
 
The harlequin [[Squash|squash]] is an ideal size for 2 people and its dense flesh does not turn watery when cooked.
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===Serving suggestions===
 
Serve hot or cold
 
Serve hot or cold
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Latest revision as of 17:55, 18 March 2014


Harlequin squash mash with Puy lentils (V)
Difference between revisions of
A small portion of squash and lentil mash
Servings:Serves 2 as a veggie snack or 4 as a side dish
Calories per serving:190
Ready in:45 minutes
Prep. time:10 minutes
Cook time:35 minutes
Difficulty:Average difficulty
Recipe author:Chef
First published:20th January 2013
Harlequin F1 squash

A great way to deal with usual summer glut of squashes.

This was really simple to make and is delicious hot or cold.

The harlequin squash is an ideal size for 2 people and its dense flesh does not turn watery when cooked.


Ingredients

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Method

  1. Halve the squash, scoop out and discard the seeds
  2. Cut the squash into 6 pieces cutting from the top, down - as you would segment an orange.
  3. Place in a pan and cover in boiling water.
  4. Boil, covered for about 12 minutes or until soft.
  5. Remove the squash when cooked and allow to cool. Reserve the cooking water
  6. Cover the lentils with 3 cups of the reserved cooking water, bring to the boil, stir in 1 teaspoon of bullion and simmer for 35 minutes - adding extra water if it begins to dry out.
  7. Meanwhile, scoop the squash flesh from the skin and add to a bowl, season with pepper, add the oil and mash with a fork
  8. Drain the lentils and mix in with the squash.

Serving suggestions

Serve hot or cold

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