I LOVE this recipe, but not as a pie crust! After reading the reviews, I made this experimentally as a crust for a pumpkin pie. We'll skip to the end of that and say, like so many others that it's just not terribly good for pie crust. It's rather chewy and tough. Quite a bit like a pasta noodle actually... So! Since it yielded enough for two crusts and I only made the one pie, I realized that it's a very similar consistency to pierogi dough. Since I had quite a bit of squash left over, I made squash pierogi from it using a simple pierogi recipe. Added chopped walnuts and nutmeg to the mashed squash to dress up the filling just a little. So delicious! Freeze them and they're probably good for months, though they never last long enough to find out in my house. I make this every few weeks now, it's a new favorite. Delicious fried up in some butter or, served with alfredo like ravioli. Would probably be tastey with other sauces as well.
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I LOVE this recipe, but not as a pie crust! After reading the reviews, I made this...