I also roast them. Watermelon seeds too. Let them dry, usually overnight. Put on a greased pan. I usually grease it with a non stick spray, or put some olive oil on a napkin and smear it over the bottom of the pan. Spread the seeds on the pan, season them as you like. I use a little salt and pepper, you can use some garlic powder or onion powder for a little zing. Ginger is good too, but you can use any saeasoning that suits your taste. Bake in a preheated oven at about 350 degrees for about 20 minutes. Test one to see if its done. It should be nice and crisp, almost the same crispness as a sunflower seed. They are so good.
~~ Will ~~
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I roast pumpkin seeds and just pop them. Give it a try.
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