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FrozenSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||(as sold) per 100g||(as sold) per portion (80g)||%RI||your RI*|
|of which saturates||0.1g||0.1g||<1%||20g|
|of which sugars||4.3g||3.4g||4%||90g|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal) (RI)|
|Contains approximately 6 portions|
Add 400g of frozen butternut squash chunks in boiling water. Bring back to the boil, cover and simmer until tender. Drain, then mash (if desired) and season to taste.; Oven cook - From Frozen. 200°C, 400°F Gas 6 30 min
Pre-heat your oven as shown. Place the frozen butternut squash chunks onto a lightly oiled baking tray. Cook in the centre of the oven, turning halfway through cooking time.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (20)
This has a strange, almost mouldy taste. Not sure whats the matter with it but its quite unpleasant
I threw them away. Not even the birds would eat them.
Fantastic in a curry!
Ive used these in a curry that I cooked in an oven. They didnt become mushy as I was monitoring their tenders. They tasted delicious & I would have never said they were cooked from frozen. I recon they become mushy if, simply, overcooked. I also think they are a convenient, healthy bargain. Will def but again.
Versatile and non mushy
Even my fussy eater likes it! If you don't cook it for too long it retains a bite in texture so it's great with chicken stir fry. You can also blend it into sauces and soups. This has become our staple frozen veg along with sweet potatoes, chopped onions and chopped galic.
Convenience at the expense of flavour and texture
Added to a soup I was making. Won't do that again. This isn't frozen raw butternut squash. It is cooked. Cooked way past the point you would cook it at home, to a flabby mush. No flavour I could detect. Some of the pieces still had tough skin attached, others still had the strandy innards you scrape out when preparing from scratch. Remained bright orange throughout. Horrible.
Great to have in the freezer
I hate preparing fresh butternut squash, its difficult to cut so having this in the freezer is brilliant as its already cut into chunks. Also very convenient as you can cook it from frozen.