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Baked pumpkin, stuffed with walnuts, and bitter cherry jam in slow cooker Crock-Pot 4.7 L

Baked pumpkin, stuffed with walnuts, and bitter cherry jam in slow cooker Crock-Pot 4.7 L


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Wash the pumpkin well. We wipe it with a paper towel. We cut its lid carefully. We cleaned it of seeds. We put it aside.

We prepare a mix of roasted walnuts, raw sugar (depending on how sweet we prefer), chocolate, spices.

Connect the appliance to a power source.

We fill the pumpkin with butter, walnut mix. We place it in the bowl of the appliance. We pour a cup of water. Cover and select the Crock-Pot slow cooker on High mode, cooking time 2 hours. I don't like it to be too soft, but if you prefer it that way, you can supplement the cooking time.

After the appliance ends, the Crock-Pot 4.7 l Digital slow cooker automatically switches to the keep warm function.

Serve immediately or keep warm until ready to serve. You can serve with sweet cream topping. I served it with black cherry jam.

Autumn scent and taste!


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I have now reconstituted that jam and something has come out of my dream! For the part with the shells, I was inspired by this site. The rest was reconstructed from my memory and the result was spectacular.

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  • 2 kg oranges of which there are approx. 1 kg after cleaning
  • 400 g sugar
  • & frac12 vanilla stick or 1 teaspoon extract or 1 sachet of Bourbon vanilla sugar
  • optional: juice from & frac12 lemon