Yield: Yields 1 cup.
I decided to skip the coriander and go heavy on the cayenne. 15 minutes was the perfect bake time at a preheated 325. I baked on parchment paper in the pan. Saved a lot of cleanup hassle. I've got the fiery pepitas now that I used to pay heavily for in the store
I substituted the dill for roasted garlic powder and this makes a great replacement or complement for salad croutons with any kind of dressing. Yum!
Very tasty. be sure to serve warm. Add more cayenne pepper. They are pretty mild otherwise.
I love these! And so do my friends and family...This was easy, quick and delightful. I did not make any changes to the recipe, but a heat-loving relative requested a special batch with cayenne pepper--I added about a 1/2 teaspoon, but caution--he loves it hot.I used my convection oven, so I reduced the oven temperature to 315 degrees and roasted them for 12 minutes.The most difficult thing about this recipe was finding the pepitas. I ended up getting them in a co-op, in the bulk foods refrigerated section.
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