Recipes (english)

Pumpkin Recipes

Pumpkin can be processed very versatile sweet or savory, because the pumpkin meat is very mild in taste. Pumpkin can not only be pickled sweet and sour, but also cooked to pumpkin jam or made into a tasty soup. If you can't process the whole pumpkin right away, you can also cut the pumpkin meat into cubes and freeze it.

Apple pumpkin jam
Apple pumpkin jam For apple pumpkin jam peel a large apple and a piece of pumpkin, seed and dice. Weigh 100 g each of apple and pumpkin and fill into a pot. ...
Baked Butternut Pumpkin
Baked Butternut Pumpkin can be easily prepared as a side dish in the pan. Butternut peel the pumpkin. ...
Bishop's cap pumpkin
Bishop's cap pumpkin Bischofsmütze Pumpkin is particularly suitable for filling and baking in the oven, as it looks very decorative. Cut off the upper part of the bishop's cap pumpkin with a sharp knife. ...
Butternut Pumpkin
Butternut Pumpkin Peel the butternut pumpkin and cut the flesh into cubes. Butternut Pumpkin contains very few seeds and fibres that can be easily removed with a spoon. ...
Butternut Pumpkin Gratin with Dorsch
Butternut Pumpkin Gratin with Dorsch Butternut pumpkin gratin with cod looks particularly decorative when served directly in a hollowed out Butternut pumpkin gratin. Preheat oven to 220° C for gratin baking. ...
Butternut Pumpkin Puree
Butternut Pumpkin Puree tastes slightly spicy and is easy to prepare as a side dish. For the puree butternut pumpkin peel, dice and fill into a pot. ...
Butternut Pumpkin Risotto
Butternut Pumpkin Risotto For Butternut Pumpkin Risotto preheat the oven to 220° C. Halve the butternut pumpkin. ...
Chili con Carne Pumpkin
Chili con Carne Pumpkin The Chili con Carne pumpkin does not only look decorative, it can also be prepared very well and the Chili con Carne keeps hot longer in the pumpkin. Preheat the oven to 200°. ...
Curry Pumpkin Soup
Curry Pumpkin Soup tastes spicy and harmonizes well with the light sweetness of the apple. Quarter a Hokkaido pumpkin, scrape out the seeds and fibres with a spoon and remove the skin with a sharp vegetable knife. ...

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