This risotto cooks up rich and creamy, nicely spiced, makes for a great side dish. Takes some time and lots of attention, but is worth the wait! This recipe was created for the Ready, Set, Cook! contest.
This vegetarian braise combines mellow fall colors and flavors punctuated with brilliant cranberries and dark walnuts. Sweet and savory apple and pumpkin are pulled together with fresh cider. Serve with a hearty whole-grain bread and wine or apple cider.
Admittedly, this recipe is only for those that really like the taste of pumpkin itself (not just pumpkin pie).If you don't already, this recipe will not convert you. In this dish, the spices add to the natural earthy flavor of the pumpkin (to me, a bit like sweet potato or yam but not as sweet).
I had an abundance of pumpkins that I grew last year, so I tried this recipe from Gourmet Magazine and it was fantastic. The recipe calls for solid packed pumpkin, so feel free to use that if you don't have fresh pumpkin available. This recipe is scaled to serve 2, so adjust according to your needs. I hope you enjoy it!
I am a huge fan of Lennie's Bob Newhart's Carrot Mold. We have it at least every other week at our house. For Rosh Hashana I wanted to make something with pumpkin, which is one of the traditional foods eaten on that holiday. We adore the carrot mold so much, I basically just substituted fresh pumpkin for the carrots. It was a hit with family and guests. Perfect for Thanksgiving, or if you just love pumpkin!
This New Zealand recipe came from my sister Tracey, it sounded at first like too much work with two pots but when I tried it out it was so yummy that it was well worth it and it's become a family favourite for whenever pumpkins are cheap enough to indulge in here in The Netherlands since pumpkin isn't really such a "regular" veggie here. If we travel and I find pumpkin, this is the recipe I indulge in !
Quick, easy and a wonderful and tasty addition to your Thanksgiving dinner. Paint streaks of sour cream or swirl a teaspoon of heavy cream carefully on the surface. Top with chopped chives or a sprinkling of toasted pumpkin seeds for that extra special touch.