Simple Butternut Squash And Sweet Potato Mash Side Dishes Recipes

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Simple Butternut Squash And Sweet Potato Mash


  • 1 large Butternut Squash
  • 1 med-large Sweet Potato
  • A decent knob (50g or more!) of butter
  • Powdered cinnamon
  • Powdered nutmeg
  • Chilli powder
  • Salt
  • Pepper

  • Method:

  • First off, cut the Butternut Squash in half and remove the seeds and pith. Remove the tough skin with a peeler until youre left with nothing but lovely orange flesh.
  • Dice this up into 1 Inch/2.5cm cubes (or as close as you can get) - it doesnt matter too much if theyre too small, just avoid monster sized chunks as these wont soften as well when boiled. Follow suit with the Sweet Potato - peel and dice into similar dimensions.
  • Place both the squash and sweet potato into a large saucepan and cover with water.
  • Lightly salt the water, bring to the boil and then simmer for 15 minutes or so until the cubes are nice and soft (the usual test of seeing if a table knife will slide easily into a cube did the trick for me).
  • Once the cubes are ready, drain off the water.
  • Add a splash of milk (not too much - you can always add more later) and begin to mash with a standard potato masher.
  • Once the mashing is getting well under way, add the rest of the ingredients. I tend to split the butter up to ensure a good spread through out the mash. The spices are to taste really - I start off with roughly teaspoons worth of nutmeg and cinnamon and then incrementally add the chilli powder until it hits that ideal "hot spot". Experiment and have fun!
  • Simply season with salt and pepper, again to taste.
  • Enjoy! :)

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