|Go big or go home!!!|
However! The unsung hero of the whole operation is the pumpkin seed. They are delicious when seasoned and roasted.
1. Put a strainer in the sink and dump your pumpkin guts in it.
2. Run cold water over the guts, working to separate the flesh from the seeds. As you collect the seeds, place them on a couple of sheets of paper towel. Let them dry off a bit.
3. Once the seeds aren't sopping wet anymore, toss them in salt and and/or another seasoning of your choice (I used Spike).
4. Spread the seeds out in a single layer on a cookie sheet (you might want to use parchment paper, as well).
5. Roast the seeds in a 350°F oven until golden brown (20-30 minutes), occasionally shifting the seeds around with a metal flipper (or something).
And there you have it! There are other methods of roasting your pumpkin seeds, so you can play around with them and see which one you prefer.
On a parting note...enjoy your seeds but don't eat too many of them! They are LOADED with fibre. I have heard horror stories. Just...be safe, okay? Okay.