Easy seasonal cooking with butternut squash and beetroot


Yesterday, at last, I decided to prepare my butternut squash. Thank you for your advice, guys!

I cut it in half and saved one half for tomorrow, as I’m planning to make butternut squash gnocchi (I loved the idea!). I peeled the second part and cut it in smaller pieces, which I roasted with honey. To complement the butternut squash I also roasted some beetroots with olive oil.

Then I made a deconstructed salad with freshly boiled chickpeas and arugula.

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10 Responses to Easy seasonal cooking with butternut squash and beetroot

  1. Hejhej, jag och min bästakompis har precis startat en blogg. Bloggen handlar om smycken. Du kan vinna och köpa smycken. Kika gärna in på bloggen och var med tävlingar. En tävling kommer nu i helgen. Förlåt om ni inte gillar såna här kommentarer

  2. i love the nails colour!beautiful

  3. Meredith says:

    What’s the white part on the plate?

    Last night I prepared the pasta dish you told us about and the whole family loved it (that rarely happens!) It was easy, quick, very healthy and super delicious. No one got heartburn from the red sauce either! Thank you for that recipe.

    • Antonia says:

      Oh, thanks for letting me know, Meredith!:)) I’m so glad they liked it:) I might make some tonight again!
      The white is sour cream. It was really hard to catch the colors and textures in this yellow lighting!

  4. Meredith says:

    Thank you. I’m going to try this one tonight. It’s only 9:45 in the morning here in the Seattle area of Washington state on the west coast of US. My son, who is 24 is a student at the University of Washington studying Biology and Chemistry. He took 3 classes on the Swedish language so I’m going to have him read some of your blog that is in Swedish (Svenska??) to me. It’ll be fun. I asked him if he’d like to take a trip to Sweden next summer, just the two of us and he was interested. By the way, my great grandfather was Swedish. His name was Karl Maurice Magnusen. from Meredith

    • Antonia says:

      This sounds very exciting! Interestingly, I know quite a few “Swedish” Americans from Seattle (a part of my family lives there). Also, my favorite Seattleite author, Mark Lindquist, has a Swedish name too! I guess many people from Sweden moved to the States a few generations ago:)

      Have you ever been to Sweden? I think a trip with your son sounds like a great idea! I love traveling with my mum, even though it doesn’t happen very often these days. If you decide to visit Sweden next summer (which by the way is the best season to to visit Sweden), feel free to write me and I will try to give you my best traveling advice!

  5. Styleabaad says:

    Looks delicious! Also I love the colors of your sweater and nail polish!

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