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Peppy Pepitas Ingredients
makes 8 to 10 servings
this recipe is vegan.
¼ cup olive oil
1½ pounds (about 6 cups) hulled pumpkin seeds
1 tablespoon whole cumin seeds
4 or 5 dried chiles de árbol (whole pods), or 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes, or both
¾ teaspoon salt (possibly more)
3 tablespoons fresh lime juice
Easy Peppy Pepitas
1. Place A Large (10-To 12-Inch) Heavy Skillet Over Medium-Low Heat, And Add The Olive Oil. Let It Heat For About A Minute.
2. Add The Pumpkin Seeds, Cumin Seeds, And Chiles Or Red Pepper Flakes. Use A Wooden Spatula Or Spoon To Slowly Stir Until Everything Becomes Evenly Coated With The Oil. Keep Cooking, Stirring Every Few Minutes, For A Good 20 Minutes (Possibly Even A Little Longer), Until The Pumpkin Seeds Give Off A Strong Toasty Aroma And Most Of Them Are Gradually Becoming A Light Golden Brown.
3. Continue To Cook On Medium-Low Heat Just Long Enough To Stir In The Salt And Then Splash In The Lime Juice, Which Will Sizzle. Turn Off The Heat, And Wait About 5 Minutes For The Seeds To Absorb The Lime Juice. Taste, And Add More Salt If You Think ItS Needed.
4. Remove And Discard The Whole Chiles, Put The Seeds In A Bowl, And Serve Warm Or At Room Temperature. Or Cool Completely And Transfer To A Resealable Plastic Freezer Bag For Storage.
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