- STUFFED PUMPKINS
Looking for a tasty snack to keep in the sukkah?
This recipe for stuffed pumpkins comes from "The
Family Treasury of Jewish Holidays" by Malka Drucker.
Not only does it look and taste great, but it makes a
handy snack during those hours meeting and greeting.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cut out the top of
the pumpkin and the seeds and pulp into a large bowl.
Wash the seeds until they are free of all the gooey
pumpkin innerds. Salt the seeds lightly on a cookie
sheet covered with aluminum foil, then roast them in
the oven for 15 minutes.
While the seeds are roasting, line the inside of the
pumpkin with aluminum foil. When the seeds have
cooled off, mix them with nuts, raisins, and chocolate
chips. Then put this whole mixture into the pumkin
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