Date Published: October 26, 2020
No, this isn't some obscure programming term, I really do mean literal pumpkin seeds.
This weekend, my little brothers and I carved Jack o' Lanterns. That is to say, I carved Jack o' Lanterns.
Pumpkin carving is great, and it's the one time of the year that I feel good at art, but one of my favorite parts of the process is the pumpkin seeds you get to eat afterwards.
Every year, I roast the seeds, and every year I have to ask my mom or grandma or the internet how to roast them, because I don't remember the temperature, time, etc. from year to year. So, I'm making this blog post so I can refer back to it next year.
Let's start with those basics:
The process is pretty simple:
Separate seeds from orange "pumpkin guts"
Spread seeds in a single layer on an ungreased cookie sheet. Salt to taste. Put it in the oven
Things to try next year:
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