The sweet potato wedges work beautifully with roast pork or grilled beef. The pumpkin can be served as a side dish to chicken or roast lamb, or serve them with rocket leaves and a dollop of yoghurt.
Scoop the seeds out of the inside of the pumpkin and reserve them to use later. Cut the pumpkin into 3 cm (1¼ inch) wide wedges and put them on one of the prepared trays. Drizzle with
Meanwhile, rinse the pumpkin seeds in a colander and remove any of the flesh that is still sticking to the seeds. Put the seeds in a bowl with the sumac, cumin, sesame seeds and nigella seeds. Season with sea salt and add
Arrange the pumpkin wedges on a serving platter. Scatter with the spiced pumpkin seeds and serve drizzled with the remaining olive oil.
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