Butternut squash & kale carbonara pasta. Learn the easiest way to prep and cook butternut squash and enjoy two easy recipes using this popular winter squash. *SUBSCRIBE for new episodes every week. Butternut squash is an orange-fleshed winter squash, celebrated for its versatility and sweet, nutty flavor. Though commonly thought of as a vegetable, butternut squash is technically a fruit.
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Ingredients of Butternut squash & kale carbonara pasta
- You need 1 bunch of kale.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of precooked bacon bits.
- Prepare 1 jar (1 1/2 cup) of alfredo sauce.
- It’s of Buttersquash stuffed pasta (I used frozen medaglioni).
- You need to taste of fresh ground pepper.
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Butternut squash & kale carbonara pasta instructions
- In a large pot, bring water to boil.
- Add the pasta to boiling water and cook as directed on package.
- Meanwhile, rinse and chop kale.
- In a large pan, sizzle bacon bits at medium heat and add kale, stirring frequently till kale is cooked, sprinkle with fresh ground pepper, cover and put aside.
- While pasta and kale/bacon mix are cooking, reheat alfredo sauce in microwave.
- Serve pasta in a plate, add sauce and top with kale/bacon mix.
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