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How to Make Pumpkin Seeds

So you just finished carving your pumpkin and now you want to know how to make pumpkin seeds. Sounds like a plan to me, what else are you going to do with all that pumpkin guts? Here is a simple and easy way to learn how to make pumpkin seeds. When you want to know how to make pumpkin seeds you just needs to look at the recipe below.

Making your own pumpkin seeds is a great snack for the kids lunch boxes. It’s a great way to have an affordable and salty snack in the house. Here is a great way to know how to make homemade pumpkin seeds. This Halloween after you are done making your jack-o-lantern be sure to learn how to make pumpkin seeds.

This is an incredibly easy recipe, and once you try it you will be very glad you did. Too many people scoop out the pumpkin seeds and discard them without even realizing you can use them to make a healthy snack which kids and grownups love. Pumpkins are seasonal so why not try this recipe during the fall, or over the Halloween period, to add a new snack to the buffet table along with the other Halloween dishes you like to make? As you can see, the recipe does not require many ingredients and it is not at all time-consuming to make. Try this pumpkin seeds recipe because you will really enjoy such a lovely, crunchy snack.

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How to Make Pumpkin Seeds from Pumpkins
[Summary: Next time you are cooking pumpkin, save those seeds, because you can roast them to make a crunchy snack which not only tastes good but is nutritious as well.
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Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Snack
Serves: 4
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Ingredients
  • Fresh pumpkin seeds
  • Vegetable oil or cooking spray
  • Salt
Instructions
  1. Clean all the excess membranes and pumpkin off the seeds and then salt them.
  2. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
  3. Spray a cookie sheet with nonstick spray or brush it with a thin layer of oil.
  4. Arrange the pumpkin seeds in one layer on the cookie sheet.
  5. Cook for 20 minutes in the oven then let the seeds cool before eating.
  6. Store them in an airtight container for freshness.

Photo Credit: pumpkin seeds by Rachel Tayse, on Flickr

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Fresh pumpkin seeds are roasted in the oven until they are lovely and crunchy, and these make a very nice snack. You can munch them just as they are or use them as a garnish. Next time you make a thick pumpkin soup, garnish it with a dollop of sour cream and sprinkle a few of these pumpkin seeds on top, for lovely visual appeal. You can add oil and salt or get creative with flavors. Sugar and cinnamon combine well if you want a sweet snack, or you could add chili powder and cayenne pepper for a spicy snack.

 

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