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Old 10-29-2008, 09:04 AM   #1
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Ok mama's I need help Im letting my 2 older girls carve their pumpkins today after school. I want to roast the seeds for a yummy snack. I have never done this before. Please give any good recipes you have to make them.
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I just rinse mine really really good- let them dry most of the way (I blow dried them the other night LOL) Then I toss them in a few tablespoons of butter or olive oil and a good amount of salt, spread them even on a cookie sheet and toasted them about 20 min on 300. Depending on how dry they are they might toast faster so watch them. I stir them every few minutes to make sure they dont burn.
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I just rinse mine really really good- let them dry most of the way (I blow dried them the other night LOL) Then I toss them in a few tablespoons of butter or olive oil and a good amount of salt, spread them even on a cookie sheet and toasted them about 20 min on 300. Depending on how dry they are they might toast faster so watch them. I stir them every few minutes to make sure they dont burn.
That's about how we do ours
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