Thursday, October 28, 2010

Roasted Salted Pumpkin Seeds

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6 comments:

floweringmama said...

I've never made mine like this but they sound delish!

becky3086 said...

I never have either. I never even heard of soaking your seeds. I just wash mine off, melt a couple tsp butter, mix that into the seeds,sprinkle well with garlic powder. Spread them on the cookie sheet and bake. Mine are usually a lot browner and crisper looking.Yummy!

Momnerd said...

Oh crud, I just remembered that I left mine soaking in a bowl in the fridge from a couple days ago. Think they'd still be good?

Plain and Joyful Living said...

I haven't soaked them either - but will have to try.
Warm wishes, Tonya

jimmycrackedcorn said...

Maybe this is a really stupid question, but it never seems to be covered anywhere. After the process is over and the seeds are ready to eat, do you crack the outer shell off and just eat what's inside, or do you eat the whole thing? Are they like sunflower seeds or peanuts where the outer bit is too fibrous for most people?

Angela said...

Jimmy-if I air dry them, I like to peel them and just eat the inside. It's really kind of a pain because they don't pop open like sunflower seeds do.

When they're roasted in the oven like this it makes the outer shell kind of light and crispy and I just eat the whole thing, shell and all. Much easier. Hope that answers your question. :)