Sweet Pan Fried Delicata Squash Recipe

Warm yourself from the inside out with a glazed delicata squash.



From Simply Vibrant
February 2018

  • sweet delicata squash
    Delicata squash with its soft enough to eat skin can be glazed to perfection
    Photo by Masha Davydova
  • Anya Kassoff
    Anya Kassoff, a Russian native, through many careers, realized she ended her days with passion cooking in the kitchen. With health issues rising in 2010, Kassoff began eating mainly a plant-based diet. She began sharing her recipes on a blog and eventually it lead to writing this book.
    Photo by Masha Davydova
  • “Simply Vibrant” by Anya Kassoff,
    “Simply Vibrant” by Anya Kassoff, uses vibrant fruits and vegetables to bring colorful, plant-based recipes to your table.
    Courtesy of Roost Books
  • sweet delicata squash
  • Anya Kassoff
  • “Simply Vibrant” by Anya Kassoff,

Yield: 4 Servings

Simply Vibrant (Roost Books, 2018), by Anya Kassoff, shows you how to create delicious recipes using fresh seasonal produce. You can use everyday ingredients by following practical preparations with a modern twist. By following template-style recipes, you can create easy and affordable meals for any part of the day. The following excerpt is from Chapter 8, “Just Veggies.”

I thought I knew everything about the possibilities of cooking squash, until I tried this stovetop method of flashing thin rings of delicata squash in a pan, then glazing them in a thick, garlicky sauce of honey, miso, vinegar and tamari. The result amaze s me every time with the abundance of various flavors, from umami, to sour, to sweet. It is worth seeking out delicata squash for recipe, as its skin is soft enough to eat, and its shape makes for those ornate, perfectly portioned rings.  


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