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I think I sort of invented this one. It has become a family favourite.
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, you can use orange sweet potato instead,about 2 pound
salt & fresh ground pepper
cups chicken stock
Chop your pumpkin into cubes, (any size up to 1", but they have to be even, or some won't cook!) Enough to cover the bottom of the frypan in a single layer.
Melt about 100gr butter, add pumpkin, and coat in butter.
Sprinkle with mixed herbs, (about a good teaspoon, or to taste) and a little salt and pepper.
If the pumpkin isnt very sweet, you can sprinkle with the sugar.
Shake the pan to stop the pumpkin from sticking, and when the cubes start to colour, add 1 cup chicken stock.
Enough to come about half way up the pumpkin.
Cover and turn heat right down.
Shake the pan occasionally, and check every few minutes, add a little more stock or water if necessary.
When the pumpkin is cooked, turn off heat.
When you are ready to serve, put the pan over very high heat, take the lid off and let all the liquid evaporate, and the bottom of the pumpkin brown a little, (or burn if you like it that way!).
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