just cooking pumpkin chunks on the stove top, how long do I have to cook it before it actually...
takes on the pumpkin taste instead of the sqush taste
I don't advise cooking a pumpkin. It is cruel and the pumpkin will scream. Just make a jack o lantern out of it please! Don't torture it that way. Have you never heard of cruelty to pumpkins? If not then you have been living in a cave somewhere. Which cave were you living in? Was it in Afghanistan? If so you might have seen Osama there in your cave. Even HE would not torture a pumpkin by cooking it alive I bet you!
Boil the pumpkin until the flesh begins to soften and striates when you rake a fork across it. As the hot water breaks down the pumpkin, chemicals are released that give that sweet, pumpkin taste. Don't forget that while some strains of pumpkin are sweet, others are not and may require spices.
by widgetaxi 7 years ago
how long have you been cooking. all the recipes I get come out of cook books that my great grandmother hand wrote back in the 1800s, and passed down to my grandmother. Who passed them on to me. I am 48 yrs old. I also get a lot of recipes from amish friends who have gave me some that have been...
by CookwareBliss 6 years ago
What is your favorite cookware or appliance?
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