It works well as a mash, soup, gratin, quiche, pie (pumpkin pie in the United States), pan-fry, pair with other vegetables, incorporate ravioli fillings and garnish lasagna.
In shavings or thin slices, it can be dried in the oven. The seeds, well cleaned and dried, are roasted in the oven or in the pan, seasoned and spiced. They can be eaten as is or integrated into a condiment; they can also replace pine nuts.
Sourced from France