How to use pumpkins seeds during the harvest season and after Halloween is a common question. A versatile fruit of the species Cucurbita pepo or Cucurbita mixta, pumpkins are often treated as a vegetable. Pumpkins have many culinary and household uses; they can be cooked, baked, roasted, mashed, blended, carved, decorated, etc. Here is how make the most of your pumpkins when they’re in season and you’ve got plenty of them.
Make pumpkin risotto. - A risotto is an easily prepared and delicious meal; adding pumpkin gives it a special flavor and a really delightful color. Make pumpkin coriander and green pea filo parcels. - This makes a delicious addition to your dinner menu, especially suited to an Indian food theme. Perhaps make a spiced pumpkin dip to accompany the parcels.
Make a pumpkin spice cheesecake. - Such an easy 10 minute dessert that's also a new spin on the classic 'cheesecake' or 'pumpkin pie' combined. Bake a pumpkin log roll. - A delicious and unusual alternative for dessert for Thanksgiving or any other autumn meal. Pumpkin can also be made into a tasty cinnamon, walnut, and pumpkin cake.
Roast pumpkin seeds. - Pumpkin seeds make tasty snacks and they're easily made at home. If you like spice, try preparing spiced pumpkin seeds.