Because pumpkin recipes can often be So wrong, you need a list of when it is So correctly. A successful list of recipes that will spin for the season of pumpkin (and winter pumpkin). Emphasis on dinner, emphasis on salty.
1. Pumpkin and rice soup – (101 cooking books)
Six ingredients stand between you and this beloved ginger-chile girl pumpkin soup. We serve over rice and make it the perfect simple meal that warms the soul. Take the recipe here.
2. Miso Pumpkin Mousse with Soba – (My new roots)
Soba noodles in a crushed pumpkin soup with miso flavor and ginger. Top with many gooseberries, sesame seeds, seaweed (I like chopped nori, crushed) and sautéed (or cooked) shiitake mushrooms. Or you can just do the base soup and top with what you have at your disposal. Take the recipe here.
3. David Kramer and Squash Salad and Kale Hayley Magnus – (Salad for the President)
Use whatever pumpkin or hard winter squash you have, cut into thick slabs. Kale is great here with hazelnuts, onions and coran. Take the recipe here.
4. Cauliflower Cauliflower Rizoto – (wild apples)
A beautiful autumn risotto made with pumpkin, cauliflower and sage. You can even raise the vegetable even more and, in some cases, I will even grow a rhizot like this with a good quantity of chopped cabbage. Take the recipe here.
5. Incredible Pizza Squash – (Whole Life)
If you are open to alternative interpretations of pizza, this is a beauty. The "crust" is a hit on the popular cauliflower crust, which is made with pumpkin (or winter pumpkin) with basil spinach sauce and filled with live tomatoes cherry or other seasonal vegetables. Take the recipe here.
6. Two Ingredients Fresh Pumpkin Pasta – (Whole)
Making fresh pasta when I have a relaxed afternoon at the weekend is one of my favorite things. This pumpkin pasta dropped my attention. Take the recipe here.
7. Pumpkin Muffins & Feta – (101 cooking books)
It is a super interesting, rich beast mammal. Packed with seeds, spinach, herbs and spices, you can use any winter squash. Take the recipe here.
8. Pumpkin spaghetti, spinach and walnuts – (Lazy Cat Kitchen)
If I can not be bothered to engrave and make a real pumpkin or squash for a recipe like this, I grab for a bag of frozen sweet potatoes. It's pre-cubed, and I always hold pair of bags in the freezer for lazy weeknights. Alternatively, you can carve a series of pumpkins or pumpkins on your own and freeze what you are used to using. Being nice to your future self! ?) Get the recipe here.
9. Delicata Squash toasted salad – (101 cooking books)
If you break a big pumpkin or squash is filled with scare, this is your recipe. A long-term favorite, requires delicate thin skin sauces and leave the skins on. Eaten with a miso harissa paste, baked and combined with potatoes, kales, and almonds. Give it to this one. Take the recipe here.
10. Pickled pumpkin seeds – (101 cooking books)
While you are in it, if you are cooking with pumpkin, you can also toast the seeds. It's simple and you can season them a bunch of different ways – I've included three faves here. Take the recipe.