So, we carved several pumpkins this year and I am going to be making roasted pumpkin seeds. I was a variety of flavours and am wondering how I would make the seasoning stick the best.
I would imagine that oil or butter would make a greasy mess while eating and if I didn't use anything the seasoning would just fall off.
Then while driving home from work yesterday I was thinking that perhaps I should create a watered down egg wash and then season them. Sort of shake and bake style. Then the seasonings would stick right?
Am I being crazy? How do you season your seeds?
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