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Chorizo Bomb Stuffed Acorn Squash

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Acorn squash is one of my favorites because they can be personal sized and filled with whatever you’re craving. This recipe is simple and Chorizo Bomb does all of the work. As the name implies, it is an explosion of flavors with minimal ingredients.  We start off by roasting the acorn squash until tender and caramelized to bring out its nutty sweetness. We kept this recipe grain-free by stuffing the squash with ground chicken and sweet peppers. To bring it all together, we added Chorizo Bomb which is made up of ground smoked chilies and oregano, thyme and cumin. In a matter of minutes, your house will smell of Fall chiles. Add a sprinkle of cheddar, then a quick trip to the oven for golden brown deliciousness.

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