9 responses to “Warm Delicata Squash & Israeli Couscous Salad”

  1. Paula/adhocmom

    Well, my daughter will actually eat Israeli couscous. So this might be something she'll actually eat!

  2. debbie koenig

    Good luck, Paula! Harry will eat it, too–as long as it's not contaminated with any of the other junk in this recipe. Fun.

  3. Melanie @ Frugal Kiwi

    I've got some Israeli couscous I've been waiting for a special recipe to use. I think I've found it!

  4. growfamilygrow

    I'm sold. I have no idea what Delicata looks like, but I'm going to our best veggie store in search.

  5. debbie koenig

    growfamilygrow, I wish I'd thought to take a picture beforehand! It's long and relatively narrow–sort of like a fatter cucumber–with pale skin and deep green striations running the length of it. Google it!

  6. Casey@Good. Food. Stories.

    I'm sorry – did you say chestnut chips? That's one way to get this squash hater to try something new.

  7. debbie koenig

    Casey, if you think you don't like squash, buy a small delicata & slice it as I described, but go as thin as you can. Let them get quite browned & crispy–heaven.

  8. Jess

    I just got around to making this for the first time tonight. It was AWESOME. Couldn't find delicata squash at our market, sadly, so I bought some other kind with a hard shell that I had to cut off. It was still delicious, just more of a pain.


  9. debbie koenig

    Thanks for reporting back Jess, and I'm thrilled you liked it! I think there must be a season for delicata–I haven't seen any around for a while.

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