Food Lover’s Summer Dream: Pumpkin Smash

Dandy Lane Cafe in Hobart, Tasmania is the kind of place you want to be discovered at. Cozy, relaxed, and chic—but not in that painfully trendy way that makes you feel like a stranger in your own neighbourhood. The kind of place where regulars are greeted by name as they walk through the door. And the kind of place that leaves you with a secret smile on your face when you leave. This summer, they bring their own edition of this seasonal special Pumpkin Smash. It was crunchy, sweet, spicy and everything in between.

What is a Pumpkin Smash

A Pumpkin Smash is a delicious salad of roasted pumpkin, crunchy pepitas, creamy feta, and light herbal dressing. This is a great option for anyone who wants a light, healthy meal that’s full of fibre and protein.

How to Make a Pumpkin Smash

To make a smash, you first clean the pumpkin, peel it, and slice it. Prepare pumpkin chunks on a baking tray and roast them until soft. Let it cool down in the fridge, and then that’s ready to use. At Dandy’s, we serve this salad with fresh cherry tomatoes, red radish, toasted pepitas and a drizzle of herbal oil as a final touch.

The Perfect Summer Treat?

Summertime is about enjoying the sunshine with friends and family. It’s about creating beautiful memories and delicious food. What better way to celebrate the season than to share a pumpkin smash with loved ones? A pumpkin smash is a seasonal salad that combines the best flavours of the season. It’s fresh, crunchy, sweet, and sometimes creamy, with the added twist of a herbal dressing. It’s a great salad to enjoy in summer and makes for a perfect lunch, dinner, or side dish. Whether you’re having it as a side or as a main, make it a smash!

Final Thoughts

This is just one of the many seasonal specials that Dandy Lane Cafe offers. The cafe prides itself on serving up only the freshest, healthiest food and drinks. They buy seasonal produce, which means that everything is as fresh as it can be. This means that the Pumpkin Smash will only be available for a limited time—but it’s worth the visit to get it while you can!

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