Butternut squash is a winter squash and contains a fiber and Vitamin A. If you or your guests haven't tried butternut squash before, the taste is similar to that of a sweet potato. It is simple to cook, but has an impressive taste.
Things You'll Need
- Pressure cooker
Cut the butternut squash in half; remove the seeds.
Fill the pressure cooker with water. Bring the water to a boil.
Place the squash in the steamer basket. Place the basket in the pressure cooker above the water.
Cook at 15 psi for 4 minutes. If you choose to cook your butternut squash in quarters or chunks, lower the cooking time to 2-3 minutes.
Remove the squash from the pressure cooker and onto a serving dish.
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