Servings: eight as a side dish.
Equally at home with the Thanksgiving turkey or sautéed pork chops, this sweet butternut-apple gratin can take a spicy turn if you slip in a bit of sliced turnip.
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This was good but not amazing. I roasted the squash ahead of time based on other reviewers and even though I only partially roasted it, the squash ended up mashed rather than sliced. I also doubled the liquid in both the leeks and the apples - that was a good move. The dish was not even close to runny but it was moist. I would consider making this again but not soon.
I first had this as a "left over" given to me by a friend. I finally made it paying attention to the reviews that said it was dry. I added at least 1 more cup of apple cider with some cream. It wasn't dry but I thought I could even add another 1/2 cup of liquid - maybe milk. It's a very good dish. A bit of work but worth it.
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