Making Squash Breads Question

ManOfArc

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I have always made zucchini bread by simply shredding the squash. When given some acorn and butternut squash recently from a neighbor however, I went looking for bread recipes with those squash. The recipes all call for first baking, then pureeing the squash. Is it really necessary to go thru all that? Couldn't I just shred them raw like I do the zucchini?
 

USAFRet

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You'd probably get better results for your question somewhere like here:
https://cooking.stackexchange.com/
 

USAFRet

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Oh, it does fall into this Hobbies Forum.
But that link is dedicated to 'cooking'...lol

As good as we are with PC's, they are that good with cooking.
 

Ralston18

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Acorn squash is much "tougher" and need to be baked to tenderize it enough to eat or puree.

You might consider micro-waving it as a "compromise" with regards to the initial cooking requirements.

In any case, seconding the posts regarding going to a food forum....
 
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