If you are trying to figure out what Thanksgiving side dishes you want to serve, these garam masala roasted acorn squash wedges put a spicy twist on an in-season veggie. From Beth at the food blog Tasty Yummies, the recipe is influenced by Indian cuisine. This is a global take on a traditional side that is sure to stand out (in a good way) on your plate.
The gluten-free, vegan and paleo-friendly squash wedges are prepared with coconut oil or ghee, garam masala, salt, pepper and cilantro or parsley for garnish. Instead of acorn squash, you can also use this recipe with pumpkin or butternut squash. Other optional add-ons might include greek yogurt, tahini or pomegranate seeds.
Indian Squash Wedges
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