Well, have you missed one or two pumpkins with a scary grin? I think Halloween pumpkin lanterns are just part of it. It’s just a pity that the precious pumpkin seeds always end up in the garbage unused.
Whole your opinion? Then simply turn the surplus into crunchy pumpkin seeds with honey and sea salt . But beware, the combination of sweet and salty is definitely addictive!
Whether you like Halloween or not, all those little ghosts, witches and vampires are sweet-and-sweet every year. And against a good Halloween party, we have nothing to object, right?
In any case, Halloween is a wonderful opportunity to toast Pumpkin Seeds to . You’ll be surprised how easy it is to make such a healthy snack. Once you have the cores chic and clean, the hardest part is already done. After that you only make the pumpkin seeds known to Monsieur Honig and treat them to a little sunbathing in the oven.
Fancy a healthy, quick snack? Honey roasted pumpkin seeds are the perfect combination of sweet and salty. Fresh from the oven, this treat no one can resist.
Pumpkin seeds with honey and sea salt
calories per serving : 875 kcal
Hokaido pumpkin seeds
- sea salt in flakes
The Remove seeds from pumpkin meat. It is best to first roughly separate it from the pumpkin meat with your hands. Now fill a deep bowl with water, add the kernels and knead well so that the fibers separate from the kernels. The clean cores now float on the surface of the bowl, the pumpkin flesh sinks to the ground.
Preheat oven to 160 degrees.
Heat the olive oil in a pan over medium heat. Put the clean pumpkin seeds in the pan and let it crush for about 3 minutes until the seeds turn golden. Add honey and stir until all the seeds are covered with honey.
Place in an ovenproof dish and let it cook in the oven for 20-25 minutes. Keep stirring, so that nothing burns. To test if the kernels are done, try a kernel. He should crack neatly while biting and be firm in the middle. If in doubt, leave a few more minutes in the oven.
Sprinkle with sea salt flakes and enjoy lukewarm.
The crunchy Pumpkin seeds are the perfect accompaniment for your next TV evening. They taste best on the sofa lukewarm, with a cold beer and the series marathon can begin.
Have a wonderful weekend, my dear ones!
Now I’m curious, would the pumpkin seeds with honey and sea salt be something for you? And have you ever roasted pumpkin seeds?