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Pumkin Puree

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Serves 5

This a simple way of making pumkin puree that can be frozen for using later, in both sweet and savory foods

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  • 1 pumkin


    1. Pre heat your oven to 160 C / Gass mark 6
    2. Cut your pumkin in half from stem to base, and remove the seeds and pulp. Cover each half with aluminium foil.
    3. Bake in the preheated oven, foil side up, for 1 hour or untill tender.
    4. Once its tender, carefully scrape out the flesh from the halfs into a large bowl for use with hand blender, or into a food processer.
    5. Blend the pumkin untill it is a smooth puree and then seperate in to freazer bags and put in the freazer for latyer use.

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