Baked Pumpkin with Feta, Apples and Honey
Seeing as Halloween is right around the corner a pumpkin recipe is called for! And as we already have a pumpkin soup on the blog (here), I decided to go for something new.
Baked vegetables have become a regular on my everyday cooking list ever since autumn made its early appearance this year and I am quite honestly still hooked. They are a simple and healthy side/main dish, prep time amounts to no more than ten minutes and while your veggies bake in the oven you can wiz up something else or clean the kitchen!
Moreover, there is no need to measure ingredients for the right combination, instead you can combine several veggies as you wish, sprinkle some cheese on top and finish up with a drizzle of honey and olive oil. Just keep in mind not to over bake the veggies as that will make them loose all their nutrients.
-1 Hokkaido pumpkin/red kuri squash
-approx. 180g feta cheese
-1 red/white onion
-salt & pepper
1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
2.Wash the pumpkin, remove the seeds and cut it into small pieces (leave the skin on if it's an organic pumpkin, otherwise I recommend peeling it first). Wash apples, remove seeds and cut into small cubes.
3. Spread pumpkin and apple pieces on a baking tray. Sprinkle feta cheese on top.
4. Slice onion into rings and spread these on top.
5. Drizzle honey and olive oil on to and season with rosemary, salt and pepper.
You can also add dates and walnuts if you is!