prep time 5 Mins
cooks in 10 Mins
serves 4
skill level Easy
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Ingredients

  • Butternut squash
  • 2 garlic Cloves
  • handful of sage
  • handul of breadcrumbs
  • Olive oil / Butter

Instructions

1

Peel, deseed and halve your butternut lengthways.

2

Place on a baking tray and slide into the oven for 5-10 mins.

3

In a small bowl mix together 2 crushed garlic cloves, a small handful of chopped sage, a
handful of breadcrumbs and either a generous glug of olive oil or a couple of tablespoons of butter. It should form a thickish paste
Slide the butternut out of the oven and carefully place each one thick side down on a
chopping board.

4

Place a chopstick on either side of the butternut, lengthways.

5

Carefully slice the butternut thinly widthways but not all the way through – using the chopsticks as a preventative measure from cutting all the way through.

6

Place the butternuts back on to the tray and top with the sage and breadcrumb mix

7

Slice back into the oven until the butternut is tender and the topping is crispy and delicious

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