One of my favorite parts of fall is carving pumpkins and roasting the seeds. Salty, crunchy, the perfect snack. A friend of mine decided to try branching out and putting weird things on the seeds we roasted. Here are our concoctions and my humble opinions thereof.
This is the batch I made the day before, soaked overnight in salt water. They were simply roasted with olive oil and sea salt. My favorite, the old classic.
|Indian spices: turmeric, curry powder & coriander|
|Brown sugar and cinnamon sweetness|
|Chili powder and chipotle pepper|
|Garlic and salt, a classic combo|
|All four batches of seeds, mixed with oil and a bit of salt each|
Step 1: Mix seasonings, 2 tbsp oil and some salt into each batch.
Step 2: Spread the seeds in a single layer over a cookie sheet.
Step 3: Bake at 350 for 10 minutes, mix around so nothing burns, bake another 10 minutes.
Each batch was put into its own labeled baggie.
The garlic salt was good, like original with garlic. The curry had a strange aftertaste. The spicy ones were nearly too much for me but tolerable. And the sugar ones caramelized and burnt into clumps... so as much fun as it was, I'll stick with the classics. But now you know.
Labels: chipotle, different, easy, garlic, pumpkin, pumpkin seeds, salty, seeds, snack, sugar, weird