Starts at 60 community member Sherry sent in this awesome recipe that is sure to amaze: a pumpkin dip within a pumpkin!
This will make quite an impression at your next dinner party or event.
- Medium sized pumpkin (any kind)
- 300ml cream
- 3 slices white bread broken up
- Handful of grated tasty cheese.
- Wipe pumpkin, then cut the top off.
- Remove all seeds and stringy bits with a soup spoon.
- Put the bread in the cavity, add the cream, then the cheese – the level should be about an inch or so from the top, so it doesn’t overflow. Mix lightly and replace the lid.
- Wipe over lightly with oil.
- Place the pumpkin on a metal plate, or small roasting pan, and cook for 1.5 hours at about 140 degrees, depending on size.
- Test with kebab stick in top part – if it’s soft, it’s cooked.
Can also be cooked in a BBQ with a lid.
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