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    How to Roast Pumpkin Seeds

    Carving fresh pumpkins? Don't toss the seeds. Go for a simple salty crunch or try jazzing them up with cayenne pepper, garlic powder or grated Parmesan and other seasonings. | By: Simply Fresh Cooking

    • Clean Pumpkin Seeds

      Step 2: CLEAN PUMPKIN SEEDS
      Preheat your oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.

      Then, clean the strings from your pumpkin seeds. While it's okay to leave some strings and pulp on your seeds (it adds more flavor!), be sure to remove any large chunks — they may burn in the oven.

      NEXT: Season the seeds »

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