Introducing a recipe that boldly uses whole pumpkin. Gratin, pudding, and ice cream. You can enjoy a simple yet impactful look.
Whole pumpkin gratin
Heat the whole pumpkin in the microwave. After cutting the upper part by about 1/3, remove the seeds and cotton, and cut out the flesh leaving about 1.5 cm on the outside.
Add a stew made from white sauce, onions, mushrooms, pumpkin, etc., put cheese on it, and bake it in the oven. You can eat the whole bowl.
＞＞ Whole pumpkin gratin recipe
Whole pumpkin pudding
Heat the whole pumpkin in the microwave. Cut off about 1/4 of the top to remove seeds and cotton. Take out a part of the pulp, crush it, and combine it with eggs, milk, and sugar to make a pudding liquid.
Put it in the oven and bake it in hot water. The pumpkin in the slowly heated bowl is also full of sweetness, adding a delicious accent to the pudding that tends to be monotonous.
＞＞ Pumpkin whole pudding recipe
Whole pumpkin ice cream
Heat the whole pumpkin in the microwave. Cut into pieces that are easy to eat and remove the seeds and cotton. Put vanilla ice cream on it and it's done.
The pumpkin's chewy texture and simple sweetness go well with vanilla ice cream. Not to mention the combination of warm pumpkin and cold ice cream, once the pumpkin is cooled in the refrigerator, the image will be closer to the pumpkin flavored ice cream.
＞＞ Pumpkin whole ice cream recipe
Three whole recipes you'll want to try when you get a reasonably sized pumpkin. Enjoy it for a holiday dinner or dessert.