Following the advice of another cook, I roasted the butternut squash in the oven for about an hour at 400 and just poked holes in it. After it was roasted, I sliced it in half lengthwise, removed the seeds and cubed the squash. I let it cool and refrigerated it. The next day, I used my already cooked and cubed squash in the recipe and followed the recipe using homemade chicken stock rather than canned broth. This recipe was just right for a nice healthy soup that is filling and tasty!!! Thanks for sharing! I did use the whole butternut squash as I like my soup a little thicker!
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Following the advice of another cook, I roasted the butternut squash in the oven for about an...