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  • Paula Brown

    Stuffed Acorn Squash with Quinoa and Pistachios | Whole Living, November 2011 | This main-course-worthy dish is all about the presentation. Quinoa's a complete protein, and it will easily fill up guests who skip the turkey. If you're serving vegans, swap the feta for some nutritional yeast, which has a mild nutty, cheesy flavor. | From: wholeliving.com

  • Renee

    Pistachio quinoa stuffed acorn squash

  • Tammy

    Tasty collection of fall veg recipes.

  • Laura Z

    Fall Vegetable Recipes - Whole Living Eat Well

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  • Sheri Zakis

    Maybe leave out the maple syrup and use some sweet potato.

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  • Heather Carolan

    Honey is an awesome idea!

  • Geri Leon

    Baked acorn squash with butter and real maple syrup . . . just pulled it out of the oven and the aroma fills the house. So excited for Thanksgiving and Christmas baking! Mmmmmm!

  • Doug Reed

    OK, been making this for years and I think your missing a few key ingredients. First use unsalted butter, it's better butter, put salt in after... Second add some curry powder and cinnamon.. There now ya got it. LOL

  • Melanie Perraglia

    Thanks, Doug. Not my original recipe, but I'll try your suggestions! Sounds yummy!

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