There are many ways to make delicious pumpkin. Stuffed pumpkin with millet porridge is one of the options for serving your favorite autumn product. The pumpkin itself has unique taste qualities, so it can be combined with a large number of ingredients, and baked in the oven turns out to be even tastier and healthier.
It is worth preparing for the fact that it will take a long time to bake. Therefore, it is best to stuff pumpkin on a weekend so that all loved ones can enjoy the incomparable pumpkin. Compared to the classic version of cooking millet with pumpkin, the process is laborious, but worth it.
Prepare the pumpkin. Cut off the round cap with a sharp knife. Clean out the pumpkin.
Cut the walls of the pumpkin. Chop the cut out part of the pumpkin with a knife.
Send washed millet to the pan. Pour in milk and water. Add salt and sugar. Mix well. Cook the porridge until half cooked. Remove the pot from the stove.
Put the pumpkin slices into undercooked porridge. Add the steamed raisins there. Pour in a spoonful of honey and add some of the butter. Mix everything thoroughly.
At the bottom of the pumpkin, put a few slices of butter.
Put the previously cooked millet porridge into the pumpkin. Spread the remaining oil on top and add honey.
Close the hole in the pumpkin with the cut out lid. Place the stuffed pumpkin in a preheated oven. Bake for 2 hours. Temperature range - 200 degrees.
When ready, serve the soft pumpkin. You can cut it into pieces and arrange everything on plates.
Baked millet porridge with pumpkin in the oven will be tender, sweet and very fragrant. Millet will give the pumpkin a gorgeous taste that will remind households of the distant times when grandmother baked pumpkin in the oven with her favorite porridge.