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Spicy Organic Pumpkin Seeds

My kids LOVE pumpkin seeds.  Actually they love any kind of seeds or nuts, sunflower seeds, soybeans, almonds, peanuts, squash seeds, you name it and roast it -they eat it.  We had two organic pumpkins to carve for fall/Halloween and while I had dreams of roasting and eating the pumpkins the kids had other plans.  I had gotten everything ready for gutting and carving including a garbage bag.  This was met with cries of disgust.  “Why are you throwing those away?  You need to cook them for us!!”  Out came the large mixing bowl to save all the seeds.
 
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The kids did most of the gutting and then the seeds were passed on to me to clean and cook.
 
But what could be better than regular ‘ole roasted pumpkin seeds?
 
Harissa Coated Roasted Pumpkin Seeds!
 
I had a jar of Mina Harissa just waiting to be tested out in a recipe.  This was perfect.  We bring home a new jar of harissa from Morocco every trip.  However the harissa we get is usually close to a paste in consistency.  From first glance, the Mina harissa has a bright, vibrant red color.  The smell on opening is inviting not frighteningly spicy.  With a much thinner consistency than what I was used to I wasn’t sure how it was going to turn out.  I’m happy to say they worked and tasted really wonderful.  Not too spicy but with enough of a kick to know you’ve eaten something with a little bit of a bite.  The recipe couldn’t be easier.
 
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Spicy Organic Pumpkin Seeds

Ingredients

  • 1 cup organic pumpkin seeds
  • 2 tsp Mina harissa
  • 1 tsp olive oil

Instructions

  • This recipe is to make pumpkin seeds using seeds extracted from a pumpkin. After removing the seeds place into a mixing bowl and clean any excess pieces of pumpkin "guts" from the seeds. Add plenty of water to the bowl to cover the seeds (they will float).
  • I allow my seeds to soak for 2-3 hours in the water and add 2 tbsp salt to the water as well. This is optional
  • Preheat oven to 425F.
  • In a small bowl mix together the harissa and olive oil. Drain the water from the bowl with the pumpkin seeds and pour the harissa mixture on top of the seeds. Use a spoon to mix, ensuring all of the seeds are covered.
  • Pour the seeds out onto a baking sheet in a single layer.and bake for 20 minutes or until the seeds are crunchy.
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I really enjoyed Mina Harissa and now you’ve got an opportunity to try it too!! I’ve got one extra jar to giveaway to one lucky reader.  Here’s how to win;

Mandatory entry: Leave me a comment and tell me your favorite use for harissa, OR if you’ve never tried harissa tell me why you’d like to!

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Giveaway ends November 7th and I will notify the winner within 48 hours.

 Don’t forget to make yourself some tasty pumpkin seeds with Mina Harissa!
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Disclosure: I was not compensated for writing this review however I did receive a complimentary bottle of Mina Harissa.  All opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. “Like”d Mina Harissa on Facebook ….

  2. I love Moroccan food, and have a terra cotta tagine and beautiful tea glasses to complement it. How perfect it would be to have authentic harissa for my next indulgence into this fabulous cuisine!

  3. I have been wanting to try Harissa for some time now and havent found any in my little Mid-Western area here. I have learned several recipes from my husbands Auntie who is from Morocco and love everything that she has taught me so far. I even bought my first tagine this past month…yayyy! So far I have made chicken tagine and Moroccan kefta with the eggs and all. I could go on and on about cooking…lol. Anyway, would love to try this product as we love pumpkin seeds also and this past month we used Garam Masala with them…fun to explore and was super yummy!

  4. Love harissa! I like it swirled into soups or served with lamb.

  5. I would love to try this I love anything spicy and so do my boys

  6. domestic diva says:

    I’ve never tried it, but you had me at spicy pumpkin seeds.

  7. I love harissa and have been saving pumpkin seeds – this is such a great combination!

  8. How interesting, we carry Mina harissa in our store so I’m going to tweet about this easy recipe and share it on Facebook too.

  9. These look so yummy and easy to make! I recently found jalapeno-lime coated David Sunflower Seeds. Love them.