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Squash Habañero Chutney

A great big THANK YOU to TasteSpotting, for graciously adding my Squash Habañero Chutney recipe to the Patrón Social Club: “TasteSpotting this summer brings the perfection of Patrón into your kitchen with entertaining tips, ideas, and recipes created especially for Patrón.” (Links below)

Squash + Habañero Chutney, MyLastBite.com

About the recipe:

I like it fiery hot. Whenever I mix up a big batch of my homemade Habañero Chutney, I’m usually the only one who ends up enjoying it. So, for the whole room of dinner guests to eat and enjoy, I make a version that includes apple and squash, which temper the heat of the Habañero.

Making a chutney is really quite simple. It just takes a little bit of patience to stand next to the stove, which just happens to be my favorite spot in the house.

The chutney is the perfect accompaniment to a simple grilled Flat Iron Steak.

My Step-by-Step Photos Recipe on the official Patrón Social Club website

Squash & Habañero Chutney, MyLastBite.com

Squash & Habañero Chutney, MyLastBite.com
Prepped & Ready to Cook!

Squash & Habañero Chutney, MyLastBite.com
Slowly Cooking Chutney. Grilling Flat Iron Steak on Grill

Squash & Habañero Chutney, MyLastBite.com
Grilled Flat Iron, Squash Habañero Chutney


About the Habañero Chili

About Flat Iron Steak (my current favorite beef cut)

Recipe posted soon


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Sweet and Spicy Butternut Squash

A super EASY recipe for Sweet and Spicy Butternut Squash. If you don’t like things spicy then simply leave out the Cayenne Pepper. I served it with grilled flat iron steak and dipped the steak into the butter bowl… DELICIOUS!
Sweet and Spicy Squash, MyLastBite.com


1 medium butternut squash, cut in half lengthwise and seeded

2 teaspoons butter

2 teaspoons brown sugar

1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper

Freshly ground pepper

Fleur de sel (or any crunchy sea salt)


Preheat oven to 400 degrees

In a small bowl, mix the brown sugar and cayenne pepper.

Set the two butternut squash halves a large bakin, making sure the flesh side is facing up.

Place 1 teaspoon butter in the middle of each squash. 

Sprinkle brown sugar/cayenne mix over each squash, then rub into the flesh.

Season with black pepper. 

Roast 25 minutes, or just until the flesh is fork-tender.

Top with fleur de sel while still hot. 


Sweet & Spicy Butternut Squash on Foodista

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