Roast sunflower seeds by shucking them from the shells, spreading the seeds evenly on a clean baking sheet, pre-heating the oven to 300 degrees and roasting the seeds for 30 minutes. Find out how much faster sunflower seeds will roast after they have been shucked with information from a private chef in this free video on sunflower seeds.
Hi, I'm Gabi, and I'm going to show you how to roast sunflower seeds. So what I have here are some raw sunflower seeds. And they've been shucked from the shells, and I'm going to roast them so that I can use them in baking, or on salads, or anything else that you might want to use sunflower seeds for. So, I have a clean baking tray. And I'm going to spread my sunflower seeds out with nothing on them. You don't have to grease the pan, or salt them, or anything. And these are going to roast much faster than if they were in the shells. So I have my oven preheated to three hundred degrees. And have these spread in an even layer, so that they're not touching each other too much, so that they'll roast evenly. And then, I'm going to put them in the oven right in the middle, and let them roast at three hundred degrees for about thirty minutes.