There are 45 different varieties of pumpkins and while the Jack O Lantern pumpkins are the most recognizable, pumpkins come in different colours, shapes and sizes. Look for the mini ones if you want to stuff and cook them whole.
I have used caramelized onion in this recipe and I recommend doing a batch and keeping in fridge as these are incredibly versatile. You could add to a quiche or pie or sandwiches. To do caramelized onion, slice 2 onions thinly, fry in a couple of tablespoons of oil on low heat for 20 – 25 minutes.
2 small pumpkin or winter squash
1 x 400g tin of red kidney beans, drained and rinsed
I know that round here we refer to butternut as butternut pumpkin but in other parts it is called butternut squash. Squash or pumpkin it is really yummy roasted and makes a strong case for a salad being a meal.
1 kilogram butternut pumpkin, seeds removed, cut into wedges