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Yummmm :) This is the first year I have planted pumpkins... and I have lots of blossoms. My gardener kept telling me how delicious they are, and that I should make quesadillas out of them, so I came here looking for a recipe. I did not find the quesadilla recipe (and almost didn't find this one because Blossom is mispelled in the title and didn't come up on my initial search lol). These are great!!! We really, really enjoyed these and they were absolutely delicious. Made exactly to your directions, but the stuffing at 1 to 1 1/2 tsp. per blossom only stuffed 9 or 10. Next time I will double the stuffing for 16, and it will be perfect. Thanks so very much for this incredible recipe! Dianne
Just Outrageously Delish! I made this for my first time. Just to good very easy and tasty. I can`t believe I never used the blossums after having a garden for 20 years. Shame on me. The recipe calls for 16 blossums I found the filling enough for 6. Cut the flour and water in 1/2. And added diced sundried marinated tomatoes. Oh my mouth still tastes so good! Can`t wait to go pick more! Plus fresh basil from the garden do I need to say more! Yes I do, "Thanks for posting a great recipe"!!!!!!
We just tried this one and did not like it at all. We bought squash blossoms yesterday at a farm market and they looked fresh. When we tried to stuff them they we very difficult to open. So... I went to the garden and picked a few fresh blossoms to see if there was any difference. Yup... they were easy to stuff from the garden. We batter fried them and they were pretty bland, hence my two star rating. They were not worth the work. I used Ricotta and perhaps goat cheese might have been a better choice!