The taste of this salty/sweet treat is even better than kettle corn! These turned out perfect using a compilation of suggestions from other reviews. I had four cups of seeds (three kids, so three jack o'lanterns). I dried the seeds overnight then roasted them in batches at 275 degrees, took about 20 minutes each. I heated 4 T. butter, 4 T. oil, and 8 T. sugar in the skillet. I added the seeds and cooked on high until the sugar was completely melted and the seeds were a little browner. I then tossed them in the spiced sugar mixture which I made with the original proportions except reduced the sugar (I used 8 T., two for each cup of seeds) and added extra cinnamon. I let them cool a little and then put some in a brown bag and took them with me while the kids trick-or-treated. I think it's gonna' be a tradition! Thanks for sharing Jani.
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The taste of this salty/sweet treat is even better than kettle corn! These turned out perfect...