Pumpkin Apple Dressing

Low-Amine Pumpkin Apple Salad and Meat Dressing / Sauce (photo)

Low-Amine Pumpkin Apple Dressing.

This slightly sweet dressing is slightly reminiscent of pumpkin pie and has a lightly tangy kick to it. It goes well on salads as well as being used as a sauce for meats such as chicken.

1/2 Fiji apple

1/2 C water

1/2 C organic pumpkin puree

dash clove powder

1/8 tsp cinnamon

1/8 tsp salt

2 tsp sugar

3/4 tsp ascorbic acid

1 tsp rubbed sage

2 Tbsp safflower oil

  • In a food processor, puree apple.
  • Add all other ingredients and puree until very smooth.
AMINE BREAKDOWN
Very Low Amine: apple, water, ascorbic acid, sage
Low Amine: sugar, safflower oil
High Amine: pumpkin, clove (high in histamines), cinnamon (high in histamines)
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  1. I c ould never live without amines, but this looks good!

    • Hahaha – awesome. Yeah, if I didn’t have to live without them, I wouldn’t. That much is certain. However, I’m glad you like the recipe – it was quite tasty!

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  30. This is a good opportunity to ask you a question that’s been bugging me. What’s the deal with pumpkin? Every other winter squash and summer squash are low in amines but pumpkin gets listed as high. Is there something special about pumpkin or is it simply that most people who buy pumpkin to eat buy it in cans, instead of fresh? Is your version low in amines? The pumpkin is a large portion of the total weight of this dressing.

    • My best guess here is that it’s because they come in cans. I cannot answer you for certain. To reduce amine content, though, you can take any recipe that calls for pumpkin and steam sweet potato. Remove the skin, puree, and add a touch of honey or sugar, and you’re good to go!

      • Thanks Michelle. I’d use butternut squash in lieu of pumpkin if I needed to. I don’t do potatoes (any type) because of carbs. But, honestly, I can’t imagine fresh pumpkin is really a problem, since all other squashes are fine.

        • I hear that – and I have to say I agree with your conclusion. It’s not based on science of any kind, but I bet you it’s right anyway!

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  32. Is the pumpkin puree raw or caned? The recipe really worth to thy it, thank you for sharing it!

    • Canned pumpkin. <3


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