Mac and Squash



The Vegan Stoner's Mac and Squash

32 comments:

Sammy Casey said...

YUM!!!

Looks AH-mazing

Jacqueline Meldrum said...

I've never tried microwave squash before. Must give it a go.

mnemosyneblog said...

This sounds delicious!

Adi said...

This sounds pretty delicious. I have most of these ingerdients at home already too, I'll just have to buy some pasta and squash on my next grocery trip!

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One Stiletto At A Time said...

Looks delicious!

Rachel said...

Very good idea!! I love squash...gonna have to give this a try :))

Ashleigh said...

mmmmmMMMMMmmmmmm! :D

dbargteil said...

Very convenient timing. I had some leftover squash sitting in the fridge that I didn't know what to do with. I added cheese to mine to get rid of that as well.

Amy Jo said...

Adorable blog...and this dish looks great!

Skulda said...

Should the squash be submerged? :o

Sal said...

microwaving a squash is not something i'd have ever thought of, brilliant. Looks great too.

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Skulda,

No need to submerge the squash. Just pour enough water in the dish to steam it for the full 7 min.

Hope this helps.

Katie said...

Just finished making this (it was my first time cooking with squash too, oh boy!). I don't have adobo (I'm not even sure what it is), so I simply left it out, but now I'm wondering if I should have tried to substitute it with something. The dish feels like it's missing something. Hmmmm... :T

Kimberly Sarabia said...

This was very delicious. Just got done making it! Love your blog!

Gantulga Uranchimeg, urnaa0407@yahoo.com said...

nice!!!!

Cheryl Kristine said...

Oh my god! Today i unovered your blog, and i love it! I search for time long, the vegan recipe in the web, and these are very delicious! And i give you my compliments, for the brilliant idea to the illustration recipe and for the drawings of ingredients, is very funny! (my favourite is the extravergine oil with the nun XD is hilarious!) More compliments and bye! ^.^ (this, is my vintage italian recipe blog http://stuzzicandolappetito.blogspot.it/ )

Rachel Donaldson said...

I love this! I use your foods a lot in my vegan blog and I love your blog!!

Richelle said...

i love love love your blog! I come here to figure out what to make when I can't think of what to cook :P

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Madeline Kay said...

I love this recipe. SO SIMPLE and looks delicious. I can't WAIT to make it!

Katherine Lewis said...

Already made it twice: once with acorn squash and another time with butternut squash. Acorn was better.I also used coconut butter and made my own adobo using garlic, oregano, black pepper, cumin and turmeric.
LOVE this blog! :D Thanks!

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swami bonehead said...

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Anonymous said...

Just made this, eating it as I type. It's the first thing I've made from your site, and it's fucking fantastic. Like, the kind of fantastic where I'm now planning on making every recipe on your site. I'm not saying it's the best dish I've ever eaten or anything, but for the price and simplicity it's nothing short of brilliant.

Substitutions: I had no mustard (the condiment), so used ground mustard (the spice) instead, half a teaspoon.

Meg Person said...

By far, the best easy recipe ever! This recipe is probably the reason I decided to go vegan because I saw that vegan food can be super simple too! Keep the recipes coming, they're fantastic!!

Anonymous said...

Adding bread crumbs gave it good texture too!

Nayomi Wells said...

OH MY GAWD! This is an amazing recipe. It tastes unbelievable. This is definitely being made for my first vegan thanksgiving.

Nathalie said...

Just made this for dinner tonight - SO GOOOOD!!!!!! I served it with steamed kale and cauliflower on the side and it was perfection!

jenn makela said...

Amazing!!! Thanks

Anonymous said...

I am not a big squash fan but I am trying to do better this year. What kind of squash is in this recipe since there are several to choose from.

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous, thanks for the question.

We used an acorn squash in this recipe, but we're quite sure other squash varieties would work just as well. As long as it's one that gets soft enough after cooking to mash.

Hope this helps! Write again with any other questions.

Anonymous said...

this makes me wet

Anonymous said...

This is easy, delicious, and looks good, too. Thanks for vegan recipes that are not full of unpronounceable things unavailable at the grocery store. This dish made me happy.

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