Want to know easy ways to peel the butternut squash without a butternut peeler? This video will guide you perfectly.
The skin of this squash can be left on or simply scooped out if you like. Split it lengthwise through the stem with a broad, hefty knife.
The seeds may be scraped out using a large, hefty spoon (save the seeds to roast later).
You don’t have to worry about slicing off a finger while you’re hacking at that rock-hard shell after only a few minutes in the microwave. Watch the video above to see each step clearly shown.
• Fork prick the squash’s skin all over.
• Slice off the squash’s two ends.
• It takes around 312 minutes to cook the squash in a microwave. This has a significant emollient effect.
• The skin may be peeled off of the squash once it has cooled down enough to handle.
It’s done! After a few minutes in the microwave, the skin just peels off with a little bit of force. When cooking the squash, don’t worry about overcooking it for a few minutes. Squash may be cooked in a variety of ways after it has been peeled easily.
The squash is ready to be sliced after a quick rinse under the faucet, and no peeling is required. In addition to providing color and nutrition, the skin aids in the preservation of the vegetable. Squash blossoms can also be harvested and eaten.
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