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Six Recipes to Reuse your Halloween Pumpkin

Six Recipes to Reuse your Halloween Pumpkin

Halloween is over and now you're wondering what to do with your pumpkin after you've carved it.

You can eat it! Here's some recipe inspiration, sweet and savoury. 

If you find that the flesh of your carving pumpkin isn't super tasty, then you'll be less disappointed by the seeds, which are still full of protein and can be crisped up in the oven.

Have you ever bought pumpkin seeds from a supermarket? Chances are they look like these green ones.

But when you come to harvest your pumpkin seeds, they will be a whiteish colour. This is because what you buy in the supermarket is actually the inside of the whole seed that you'd find in your pumpkin. 

It is very tricky, however, to separate this inner kernel from the white outer. 

So your best bet is to boil your leftover pumpkin seeds for about 10 minutes, before popping them into the oven to roast them and get them crispy. 

These roasted seeds will be perfect for topping salads and soups. You could even use them to sprinkle on top of some of the recipes we'll share below.

 

Aloo Gobi Vegan Curry 

VeganRecipeBowl.com

If you're looking for a quick curry recipe, then you can swap the butternut squash for leftover pumpkin.

In about 35 minutes you'll enjoying this rich, warming curry, perfect for a mid-week dinner with plenty of flavour. 

 

Pumpkin Gnocchi

 

Tesco Real Food

A spooky twist on traditional gnocchi, this recipe can be made vegetarian by swapping out the parmesan. 

This recipe calls for a sage butter sauce, but you could try making these classic sauces to complement your pumpkin gnocchi.

Need a vegan recipe? Try this one. 

Pumpkin Bread

 

TheSpruceEats.com

Move over banana bread! Lots of us tried our hand at baking with a loaf of banana bread over lockdown, but here's a new flavour to try

 

Pumpkin Soup

 

lovingitvegan.com

If you want to keep things simple, then go no further than this vegan pumpkin soup. You can make it in just 30 minutes. 

Perfect for those autumnal days where you crave that extra bit of warmth.

 

Pumpkin Chili

 

vanillaandbean.com

Here's another winter warmer with a bit of a kick. You can make it extra spicy or opt for a milder version. 

This is a great recipe to try midweek, taking only 30 minutes to cook. 

Try serving with avocado, fresh coriander and some sour cream. 

 

 

Pumpkin Pie

deliciousmagazine.co.uk

Mmm, what's that smell? 
Turn your leftover pumpkin into a warming, creamy dessert. 
 

 

 

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