greenpear (greenpear) wrote in failed_recipe,

Acorn & butternut squash ain't the same

Several times I've made Butternut Squash Lasagna and it's turned out great. So I wondered if I could use other types of squash instead. The first one I tried was acron squash. I like acorn squahs. Why wouldn't it taste good in a lasagna.

WRONG! I'm not entirely sure just what the problem is but it turned out barely edible. It wasn't really creamy like the butternut and no matter how much prep I did there were still little strings left in the lasagna.

I only had one serving (and didn't even finish that) then threw the rest out. From now on I will only use acorn squash for roasting and serve as a sidedish.
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