This was the first time that I had used butternut squash in my spiralizer and I was pleasantly surprised as it yielded firm noodles and was an easy vegetable to use. This is what I call an easy, lazy comfort dish as you just mix all the ingredients, throw it in the oven and eat. No fancy preparation apart from working the spiralizer.
I would recommend that you don’t stir the noodles too much as I did as it will break them up. I have a natural tendency to fiddle and stir and should have left this dish alone without the constant touching. However, the end result was a creamy, sweet dish with a great balance between the sage and thyme. There’s something about those two herbs that just go perfectly with butternut squash.
If you don’t have a spiralizer then you could cut the butternut squash into small chunks, roast them and then add the sauce.
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