Honey and Paprika Roasted Pumpkin

Gloriously golden roasted pumpkin is perfect for autumn – savoury and delicious.  It is the ideal companion to a roast, root vegetables or even a salad. Simple and easy to prepare even for a weeknight.

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Ingredients

Apx 600g ( Half a medium ) pumpkin

1 Spanish ( Red) Onion

1 tbspn sweet Paprika

1 tspn ground cumin 

3-4 garlic cloves finely chopped

3-4 garlic cloves skin on ends taken off

1 tspn pure honey

Olive Oil Spray 

Pinch Sea Salt 

Crushed Whole Pepper

Lemon Thyme springs

Method

Slice pumpkin ( skin on ) into 2 cm wide wedges.

Remove skin from onion, cut onion in half then slice into wedges. Don’t separate the wedges into slithers . 

If the wedge is quite long, you may prefer to cut in half.

Line baking dish with greaseproof paper. Note: If the baking dish is oiled, the pumpkin may stick regardless on the baking tray and pove difficult to remove.

Lay the pumpkin and onion wedges as well as whole garlic on the lined baking tray. The finely chopped garlic placed on the pumpkin

Spray  the pumpkin very lightly with olive oil. Too much oil, you pumpkin will be soggy.

Very lightly pour the honey over the wedge. This is a small quantity of honey meant to complement the spices not take over .

Dust  the pumpkin after oiling with paprika, cumin and add thyme. Season with salt and pepper.

Roast on medium high ( 190 degrees fan forced , 200 degreed conventional ) for 30 minutes. Remember, how thick and the general dimensions of your pumpkin wedge will be a determining factor for the cooking time. You may need 5 or 10 minutes extra. Also oven heat does vary. 

Remove from the oven and serve.

You may like the Roasted chickpea and pumpkin CousCous as a serving suggestion.

11 Comments Add yours

  1. Pumpkin recipes are fabulous this time of year! 🎃

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    1. It’s spring here…but I’m inspired by all the fall recipies I see elsewhere. I should move!

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      1. I live the four seasons! 🍁🍂🌾

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  2. foodzesty says:

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      1. foodzesty says:

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  3. mistimaan says:

    Loved your recipe

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  4. Megala says:

    Looks so beautiful & delicious !

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  5. Beautifully presented!

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  6. chefkreso says:

    This recipe sounds like a lovely side dish to roasted beef, giving it a try first family dinner I have 😀

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