There are all kinds of ways to cook a pumpkin but one of my favorites is to peel the pumpkin and cut out all the flesh of the pumpkin. I then put the pieces of the pumpkin in a large stock pot and I add salt, pepper, and sugar to the stock pot and cook the pumpkin until it is done and tender.
I then drain and freeze my cooked pumpkin until I am ready to make pumpkin bread or pumpkin pies. Both are very delicious and frozen cooked pumpkin in air tight containers will keep in the freezer for up to six months.
by Louis Taylor 8 years ago
Hi,The squashes are ripe here, and they always get rotten by Christmas because of the humid whetaher here, cannot really store them in a dry place. Anyone has experience in freezing them, or other methods please? I would love to make a bit of pumpkin pie with my home grown veggies at Christmas ...
by Liz Elias 3 years ago
How can I figure out how long it takes ice cubes to freeze?
by Tom Vogler 5 years ago
How well does roasted chicken FREEZE?I roasted a chicken two days ago and there is still a lot left over. I will not be able to consume the rest of it in the next few days, so I was wondering if I can freeze it and save it for later. Also, should I cut it off the bone or freeze it on...
by LaThing 6 years ago
If you live alone, or you were alone, do you, or would you cook for yourself?Or would you go out and eat? Or would you buy frozen packed meals?
by Allisha Gallant 6 years ago
What is your favorite meal to cook?Leave your favorite recipe as an answer and explain why its so good!
by Debby Bruck 6 years ago
Can you freeze arugala?I purchased a huge one pound package of fresh baby arugala leaves. I've been eating them up as salads, but there's still so much left. I'm afraid they will go rotten. Do you have suggestions? How do you prepare them after they have been frozen?
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