Rosemary Flavored Roasted Pumpkins is Paleoliscious
Time of fresh pumpkins found on the farmer market are close…it almost smells Halloween…
But before considering exposing a huge costumed pumpkin on your front door …why not considering the delicious taste of healthiness right on your table?
I cooked this pumpkin that way for the very first time last year when I was staying in Australia.
Pumpkins were fresh…I bought one along the road…in the countryside… on a little stall…picked up the same morning in the field…with a tiny sign, please help yourself and leave the money in the cashier box…and by the way, they also had fresh branches of rosemary…
I had to share that story…since I find fabulous that people can trust each others….
Ok, back in the kitchen…
This is the simplest recipe ever….
Take a fresh pumpkin
Cut large slices of this beautiful pumpkin….
-Use a cooking paper if you want to protect your large dish,
-spread some olive oil on the bottom,
-lay your pumpkin slices in the dish
-spread some olive oil, a pinch…or two…even tree…of turmeric powder ( great against inflammation…), himalayan salt….or any natural good quality of salt (fleur de sel…)
-don’t forget your rosemary…it is offering a wonderful flavor to your dish…and is very healthy for your belly…
-Cook for 1 hour, check the tenderness with the tip of a knife…if it turns brown too fast, cover with a cooking paper for 20 minutes
-It’s ready to serve
-While the pumpkin is cooking, take some time for meditation or exercising…breathing…and relax. Enjoy the smell of a wonderful meal getting ready….
-Cook your whole pumpkin the same day, and keep the leftover in the fridge, you can re heat it anytime, or add some pumpkin’s cubes in a salad…
-You can add some crumbled macadamia nuts, almonds and or chia seeds before serving…
-If you like to have some salmon (or meat), you can add some pieces over your pumpkin slices 10 minutes before ending the cooking…
– This is a great, easy, paleo recipe. All the ingredients are helping people struggling with auto immune issues.
Bon Appétit les Amis