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Roasted Chile Pumpkin Seeds

Scrub all the pumpkin guts off the seeds. (Throwing the pumpkin guts in a deep pan of water and rubbing the guts between your hands, lets the seeds float free of the yutz.)

Simmer the seed for 10 mins in lightly salted water. (This makes the shels easier to digest and helps them crisp up.)

Drain and blot dry.

Drizzle with good olive oil and rub seed to make sure they all get a light coating. This doesn't take much.

Sprinkle with salt and ground Chimayo chile, garlic powder, and a touch of ground cumin.

Spread in a single layer on a non-stick cookie sheet (or parchment paper lined sheet)

Bake 325F for 10 mins. Stir and bake for 8-10 mins more. For the last 5 mins, check the seeds frequently to avoid burning the rich, oily kernel.

You may need to sprinkle a little more salt on after taking the seeds out.

Cool and enjoy.
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