I got this recipe over at Miser Mom, which is so awesome you guys, why aren't you reading it right now? I read the list of ingredients, and then tilted my head as if changing my perspective would make the unlikely ingredients make sense together. Then I demanded clarification. Then I made it- that's what bad idea Fridays are for.
Take one winter squash, halve it, remove the seeds, and bake it in a medium oven until soft, about 45 minutes. (Whenever I'm baking, I start loading the oven down with sweet potatoes and squash and baked beans. Sometimes there's no room for the baked goods.)
Yes, you can use frozen winter squash. Just heat it up a little first.
Let the squash cool a little and scoop out the flesh. If necessary, cut into bite-sized chunks.
Add one cup of fresh salsa, salsa cruda, or chopped tomatoes and onions. Stir.
Thin 1/2 cup peanut butter with a couple of tablespoons of water. Add to squash mixture. Stir.
Peanut butter, winter squash, and salsa- it's a little weird, right? We thoughtfully nibbled at it for some time, trying to figure out if we liked it. Then we realized we'd eaten the entire bowl. It's... good? The flavor combination is unexpected, but pleasant?
Look, it takes five minutes. Make it yourself.