How to Freeze Pumpkin Easily! | Step by Step Easily

How to Freeze Pumpkin Easily! | Step by Step Easily 

Pumpkin is an amazingly versatile ingredient for a number of delicious treats like cookies, pastries, soups, and more.

When growing in summer, freezing fresh pumpkin is a nice way to make you delicious delights from pumpkin all year! 

    How to Freeze Pumpkin

    • Here, a very few simple steps you have to do to freeze a regular size pumpkin 

    What is the best way to freeze fresh pumpkin?

    The best way to Freezing Pumking Chunks, It a simple and easy method to freeze a pumpkin. Here you are going to learn how do I freeze a pumpkin with a simple method.


    Step 1. Slice the pumpkin into fourths

    Start by putting your knife's tip in the top of the pumpkin, Move the knife down into the pumpkin and it's going to start to split. Continue to move your knife down the bottom and around the pumpkin and halve the pumpkin. Then cut half by half and create fourths



    Step 2. Scoop off the seeds of the pumpkin

    Clean the flesh with a wide spoon, extract the seeds and any fibrous links. Throw away or reserve the roasting seeds – roasted pumpkin seed is another tasty, nutritious treat! 


    Step 3. Bake the pumpkin in a 300 °F (149 °C) oven for at least 20 minutes

    Place the pumpkin on the frying pan and add a little amount of water to the pan's bottom. Cook the pumpkin of a regular size pumpkin for about an hour, A big pumpkin for 45 minutes, a little pumpkin for 20-30 minutes. Check for doneness of pumpkin with a knife --- It should be easy to slice.


    Step 4. Cook the pumpkin in the microwave
    In the microwave, dish places the pumpkin and add a small amount of water to the bottom of the dish. Put a plastic wrap over your pumpkin and poke holes upwards so that steam can escape. Cook a regular size pumpkin for about 15 minutes. 


    Step 5. Peel the skin off of the pumpkin

    Just leave it sitting until is cool enough. Peel off the skin with your knife or fingers off your skin. 
    • The skin can fall off without much to no effort when the kitchen is thoroughly cooked.

    Step 6. Cut the pumpkin into smaller chunks. 

    Slice the pumpkin in fourths in around one to 3 "(2.5 to 7.6 cm ) in length into smaller pieces.


    Step 7. Place your pumpkin chunks in freezer/sandwich bags

    Pack them loose into the bags to avoid them from freezing together! Push as much air as possible goes out of the bags. If you know what pumpkin recipes you want to make, measure parts of the specific quantities needed for future simple and fast use of those recipes!


    Step 8. Label/date the bags 

    Take a permanent marker and write the date of the pumpkin that you are freezing. You should preserve your pumpkin for at least 6-8 months in the freezer.


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