I mentioned before that I tend to cook using the "ish" method. Though most of my attempts turn out well, I have my fair share of failures.
Thankfully this isn't one of those. Of course, if it was a flop I wouldn't be sharing it here anyways.
Forgive me for stating the obvious. Your patience is much appreciated.
So. The recipe. You'll need:
1 butternut squash, baked or steamed
heavy whipping cream or half-n-half or milk (depends on your fat content preference)
Parmesan cheese, the powder works just fine
salt and pepper
So, after you've baked or steamed your butternut squash, puree it until smooth. I added about a quarter cup of water to help the pureeing process.
Pour the butternut squash into a pan and begin to heat it up.
Add about a cup of Parmesan, stirring it well so as to break up any clumps. As the sauce heats up the Parmesan melts and the sauce gets smoother.
Slowly add your choice of heavy whipping cream, half-n-half or milk until it reaches the consistency that you prefer.
Salt and pepper to taste. Serve over your favorite pasta (mushroom stuffed ravioli is exceptionally delicious with this sauce!).
Give it a try sometime this week and let me know what you think!