Butternut squash, apples and onions are caramelized with a sweet and slightly tangy maple butter glaze. This dish is easy to assemble yet looks stunning on your dinner table.
This recipe uses kosher salt, which is coarse grained. If substituting with fine grain salt, start with ¾ teaspoon salt instead of the 1 teaspoon called for, and add more at the end if needed. And, if you have it, flaky sea salt is nice to use for the final (optional) sprinkle of salt at the end!
This recipe will work with either a 9 x 13 inch baking pan or a 4 quart capacity shallow casserole dish, which is slightly larger than a 9 x 13 inch baking pan. When choosing a dish, just make sure that there is enough room for the ingredients; they don't have to be in one flat layer, but should not be mounded up.
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Keywords: glazed butternut squash, maple glazed butternut squash