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Great recipe! Next time I will watch them more closely as I think I overcooked but still great, they're already gone!
Was my first time making these and they taste great
Wonderful! I made a maple and brown sugar batch and it was amazing! Thanks for the boiling idea...makes all the difference.
Great! Did 2 different batches - garlic, and salt and butter. I did have to roast them a little longer, but I think the trick is to roast them as long as needed until they are golden brown in color. Some people have complained that they were burned/etc - so yes, you should keep an eye on them as they cook. I also used my spatula and stirred mine around about half way through so they would dry out evenly. First time making these and hubby said they were great!
I used Lowry's seasoned salt and a little regular salt. I also cooked them a little longer. It was the first time I've made pumpkin seends. They turned out good :)
they were soooo good.......bold and they are really crunchy
Yummy. we followed all directions except mixed flavorings into butter-split into 4 batches-cinnamon, tony catcheris, butter popcorn flaovring and kettle corn popcorn flavoring. Butter is the favorite.Thank you for posting.This was the first time I have ever made pumpkin seeds.
Easy recipe that made seeds that were crispy & perfect!
Easy and delicious. Added additional salt while roasting. Baked for about 40 minutes.
I made these seeds last year and I went to make them and I couldn't believe that I did not review this recipe last year. It seems that with the boiling it makes the seeds dry out easier and it gets the "yuck" off easier also. I have a gallon storage bag full of seeds this year and I'm anxious to make these again. Thanks for such a great recipe.