Stewed Pork and Squash

  • crosscourt Posted: 10/29/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This was very good. It gets better as it sits as the flavors start to blend together.

  • NRcook Posted: 01/22/10
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    This is an easy and delicious stew. Costco and Trader Joes both have peeled and cubed bnut squash, so this was a very quick recipe to put together. I ended up adding more chicken broth (even tho' I like thick soups and stews). I agree with other reviewers, it is better the next day.

  • chefkate1 Posted: 11/09/09
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    This recipe earns it five stars. My boyfriend ate winter squash (I used butternut) and enjoyed it! I basically left him the recipe and the ingredients with minimal expectations, and he transformed all of the above into a delicious meal. The only downside to the meal is a lack of leftovers...

  • bostonsmaman Posted: 11/01/09
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    Simply divine! Rich, flavorful, and fairly easy. I subbed ham stock for the chicken stock, added a tsp ground New Mexico chiles, and used "Mexican" stewed tomatoes--and everyone scraped their bowls clean. Winner, winner pork dinner.

  • Barkly Posted: 01/25/10
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    This was a great recipe everyday, but being an opponent of "grade inflation", I find it very hard to give it a 5! I used my crockpot after browning and seasoning the pork. Deglazed the skillet with chicken stock. I also used canned diced tomatoes because I don't like stewed tomatoes very much so they weren't in my pantry. Could be because of crockpot (no steam escaping) or diced tomatoes (nothing to thicken them), it seemed a little juicier than expected, so served over couscous. Didn't want to lose that seasoned broth.

  • Saecca Posted: 11/09/09
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    This one would get six stars if I could do it. The picture is misleading-- mine looked more like a chunk stew, but it doesn't matter because it was AMAZING! It was a awesome alternative to traditional chili, and helps utilize winter vegetables. I substituted the pork shoulder for lean pork tenderloins (it was on sale). I served it with boxed corn muffins. And it makes you kitchen smell soooo good! Definitely will make again!!!

  • maimer Posted: 11/10/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Great winter stew. Don't worry too much about exact quantities of pork or squash. You can adjust the amount of liquid with a splash of water or chicken stock in the end. This recipie was better the 2nd night...great leftovers!

  • NancyinBC Posted: 11/10/09
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    This was so good! Pretty easy (hardest part, peeling the butternut squash!) & so yummy! This is a new autumn/winter go-to & company dish!

  • Beth911 Posted: 11/26/09
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    Fabulous dish. I used Pork loin instead of shoulder because that is what I had on hand. A bit of work to peel and cut up that butternut squash but worth it in the end. And as the others have said - even better the next day.

  • weekendcook Posted: 10/15/11
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Family loves it.

  • heavonlee Posted: 08/03/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Served over brown rice. Delicious. Whole family enjoyed it. Also very cheap to make, its a keeper at our house.

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