Roast Pumpkin Seeds....

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Prowl

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Anyone Do Them? If So Please will You share Temps {Will need them in *C if Possable} and How Long To Roast
:) THANKS :)
 

Prowl

New Member
Thank You Kya D.
Will Deffantly Check Them Out....
Dad Gave me Something that is Rather Large, Rather Round and Rather Orange...
 

Prowl

New Member
Don't Know... would like to Share it with Mum, Too Big for Just me... Maybe make some Pies or Something... ***Shrug***
 
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Flower4Yeshua

Super Moderator & vegemm
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Sorry I missed this when you psted it...We droast them every year...some we do with a bit of olive oile and salt...but most we just use sea salt spread out on a cookie sheet and roast slow...any where from 250 to 300 degrees...YUMMY in my tummy
 

latebloomer

Active Member
I soak mine in cool water with a teaspoon of salt per cup of water for an hour. Drain,place on nonstick cookie sheet. Sprinkle with popcorn or sea salt or desired spices. Roast for 15 mins,stir and continue roasting at 250F (121C) until dry and golden.
 

Randy

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Do you eat the shells too? I've tried getting the kernels out and it seems to be too much work to fool around with them.
 

Crabbergirl

Super Moderator
Staff member
We love roasted pumpkin seeds. And you can do so many flavors like adding a little nutmeg and brown sugar together and the rolling damp uncooked seeds in it before you roast! Good stuff.
 

Prowl

New Member
Do you eat the shells too? I've tried getting the kernels out and it seems to be too much work to fool around with them.

I do...
Like You say it's too much Fuss, Have tried to shell them but I don't think it's worth it....
 

Flower4Yeshua

Super Moderator & vegemm
Staff member
sometime I shell them if they are nice big seeds...but for the most part we eat shell and all..

love the idea nanci about adding different seasonings
 


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