Classics, Sides

Sage roasted Butternut Squash

Quintessential fall. Unadulterated flavor.  Make this your fall staple-I know its mine !


1 lb squash (or whatever size you buy), cubed into 1″ pieces

1Tbsp olive oil

about 10 sage leaves chopped ( please use fresh, don’t skimp)

salt and pepper to taste


Preheat oven to 425F

Meanwhile cube the butternut squash–took me a hammer and a lot of arm strength !!!!

Chop the sage leaves.

Toss the squash with the sage, salt, pepper and olive oil in a bowl and spread on a baking sheet.

Roast for a good 40 min till the squash is soft and cooked through.

Serve hot as a side or toss with some arugula and goat cheese for a lovely warm salad.

Enjoy !



6 thoughts on “Sage roasted Butternut Squash”

  1. Sage. Now that is another herb I have not cooked with. I need to try that. I have also never bought a whole butternut squash. I always hear that they are very difficult so I but it already cut and cubed. This sounds really good. I need to expand my flavor palette to include sage!


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