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September 16, 2012

Slow cooker golden acorn squash chili, from Coconut & Lime

Golden acorn squash chili, from Coconut & Lime (on Soup Chick).

Any recipe that packs four different heat-producing ingredients into one bowl, like this golden acorn squash chili, goes right to the top of my list. Rachel of Coconut & Lime balances the natural sweetness of acorn squash with fresh, smoked, and dried ground peppers. Best of all, everything goes into a slow cooker at once, and hangs out for up to eight hours. Use other winter squash (blue hubbard would be wonderful), or combine several types. Vegan and gluten-free, the stew is hearty and zesty enough to serve to your football-watching friends at halftime.

Get Coconut & Lime's recipe for golden acorn squash chili.

More on Soup Chick:
Turkey, kale and butternut squash soup
Sopa de verduras (vegetable soup)

Comments

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Posted by: Kalyn | September 16, 2012 at 04:41 PM

This sounds like such a perfect Meatless Monday dish. It makes me want to try blue hubbard squash, which is not that common here.

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Posted by: Lydia | September 19, 2012 at 07:59 AM

Kalyn, some of the farm stands around here grow the blue hubbard. The best way to open it is to drop it on the sidewalk! (A chef taught me that trick.)

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Posted by: John | September 22, 2012 at 09:11 PM

This is a Great blog! I'm so happy I found this.

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