Introduction: [Collegiate Snacks] Spaghetti Squash Seeds

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While you're baking your fresh spaghetti squash... Take a little time and prepare the seeds that you would have otherwise thrown out... Satisfy that need to use more of what you consume :)

While they come from a different plant, they are very similar to pumpkin seeds (although there aren't as many).

Step 1: Ingredients

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Remains of 1 (or more) spaghetti squash

Step 2: Prep, Cook and Serve

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Separate mature seeds from the remains of your squash. Mature seeds are a little darker in color while young seeds are completely white (and typically smaller). This will take about 10-15 minutes or so -- the seeds can be well hidden in the innards :P

In a small pan, melt a pat of butter over medium heat - then add your seeds. Add salt to taste and slowly cook over medium heat until brown. If your seeds start popping before they brown, lower the heat a little.

Once brown, serve warm. I gobble them up while the rest of the squash is still cooking :)


picturesofsilver (author)2013-07-04

wow I knew the seeds were edible too- I tried to toast them but didn't know to pick out the white seeds. thank you so much!!

mysterygirl154 (author)2008-09-06

my mom roasts them in the oven

puffyfluff (author)2008-08-31

That's nice. I usually just soak them in soy sauce, but I'll have to try this.

Stercus Fit (author)2007-02-25

I didn't get to taste them, but they smell wonderful. Keep up the great smells! Hehe.

Tool Using Animal (author)2007-02-25

They're more similar than most people realize and are just different varieties of Cucurbita pepo.

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