Recipe by ONEMINA
"This is a beautiful dish to serve as a centerpiece to your holiday celebration. A whole pumpkin is stuffed with a savory meat mixture. The recipe calls for venison, but ground beef may be substituted."
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Those of you that have not tried this recipe, you are really missing a fabulous side dish. You can also substitute ground turkey for beef or venison. In the fall when the pumpkins/squash are ready, I think of this dish. You won't be disappointed.
Awful, not at all what I expected.
I've not used this recipe. However I've had this many times since childhood. In my family we've always used a combination of ground sausage, celery, red peppers, and allspice.
This is a good recipe that can be made better with some easy changes. First, I just used 1 cup of minute brown rice because it's way easier. I didn't use mustard to season the inside; instead I used seasoning salt. Then I threw the following in a deep pot and cooked until the meat was browned and vegetables translucent: 1/2 cup chopped onion, 2 stalks of celery chopped, and garlic with 1 pound of ground pork. I've used Jimmy Dean's sage pork sausage with really tasty results too. I don't usually drain the meat because the moisture helps keep the finished product from drying out too much as some of the other reviewers noted. The celery gives it a nice element, and I'm thinking about adding mushrooms next time too. Then I took it off the heat and added the rice, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp worchestire, 1 tsp dried ground sage, and 1/2 tsp pepper. After it was cool enough that I wouldn't scramble my eggs, I added only 2 eggs. I cooked the pumpkin for about 2 hours at 350 in a water-filled dish covered with foil.
This recipe makes for a great presentation on a Halloween or Thanksgiving buffet line and it tastes great. You just have to make sure the pumpkin is soft enough that you scoop its meat out along with the pork mixture. Also, leftovers can be scraped out of the shell and actually taste better the second time around after the pumpkin is microwaved and gets even softer.
This recipe was easy and very tasty. I did add a little mixed spice, tabasco sauce and Worcestshire sauce as I didn't want it to dry out. I also used minced pork and veal.
Made this tonight with ground turkey cooked in oil, otherwise the same...delicious! Next time I'll up the spices to better suit our taste. To serve, slice the pumpkin into wedges. Presentation is beautiful.
My family found this recipe quite dry.
A little dry, but delicious. Had to use wet mustard on the inside of the pumpkin. Shared it w/fam -they loved it, too.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Stuffed Pumpkin I
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 65
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