Most people just carve their pumpkin and never think about it again but it is a much more useful gourd than that. I love to get about 6 pumpkins a year and turn them into puree for baking and soups. Of course there are the amazing seeds which you can roast and flavor however your heart desires. The pumpkin can stand alone at the dinner table and with this easy recipe you can show everyone in your family this thanksgiving how awesome pumpkin really is. This easy recipe is fast and the kids will love it.
1/4 cup tahini
1/2 cup maple syrup
3 tbsp. canola oil
1/2 tsp salt
1) Heat oil up in skillet on medium high heat. Once hot add pumpkin.
2) Brown bottom of pumpkin and turn using tongs. Brown all side of pumpkin.
3) Warm up maple syrup on medium heat and add tahini and salt stir until smooth.
4) Pour maple glaze over pumpkin and gently toss.