Tetsukabuto Squash



Availability: January-April 

Storage tips: Winter Squash wants to be between 55-65 degrees. It stores best in a cool dry room in your house.

How to eat: Tetsukabuto squash are a cross between butternut and kabocha squashes.  Basic winter squash preparation includes roasting. Heat oven to 375 degrees, cut squash in half, scoop out seeds and place face down on baking sheet or dish. Add ½ inch of water to the pan and roast for 45 minutes or until a fork pierces easily through the skin. We enjoy using winter squash in soups.

How to preserve:  BEST= Frozen!  Roast your squash as above and then freeze the flesh.  It's just as good frozen as fresh.