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March 10, 2010 | 1 minute read

A Squash to Savor

Today’s Health-e-Recipe for Baked Pasta with Butternut Squash shows how versatile this squash can be.

Its bright orange color signifies lots of beta-carotene,a cancer-fighting antioxidant present in carrots and sweet potatoes. It is mild-tasting enough for savory flavors like the shallots and sage in this recipe, or to have a sweeter flair from orange zest, cinnamon and a sprinkle of brown sugar.

It can be pureed into a delectable soup, paired with poultry or used in a colorful side dish.

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