We saw some squash at the store that we've never seen before, so we decided to pick one up. Instead of going the usual route and doing sweet flavors, I went for something a little different. I cut the squash in half, removed the seeds, and cut it into wedges. I tossed the wedges with olive oil, spread them on a baking sheet, and seasoned with salt, pepper and some rubbed sage. I baked them at 425°F until browned and tender. They turned out good, but I think sweet flavors like maple syrup, brown sugar or honey may have worked better.
Labels: easy, red curi squash, roast, sage, squash