After a beautiful Indian Summer, the weather is slowly changing. The days are getting shorter and the air becomes crispy.
Time for slow cooking, cozy flavours and golden-coloured produce that mimics the leaves falling from the trees: apples, pears, butternut squash, pumpkins, chestnuts and mushrooms. And what better way to combine these autumnal foods than with warming spices, sage, maple syrup and crunchy hazelnuts and pecans?
Some of the recipes below are a little more rich than I usually share (I’m looking at you onion soup and butter chicken!), but hey, it’s fitting for the colder season and after all, a healthy diet is all about variation and balance.
So have a look at these 12 tasty ways to enjoy your favourite fall produce!
Sweet Potato Spice Shake from The First Mess
Autumnal Vegetable Tarte Tatin from Manger
Mushroom and Barkey ‘Risotto‘ from Drizzle and Dip
Homemade Smoked Onion Soup from Waiting on Martha
5 Ingredient Sweet Potato Turkey Chili from Pinch of Yum
Browned Sage Butter Chicken Piccata with Mushroom Pasta from Half Baked Harvest
Creamy Pumpkin Polenta with Balsamic Roasted Beets from With Food and Love
Maple Roasted Carrots in Tahini Sauce with Pistachios from Closet Cooking
Stuffed Baked Apples from The Forest Feast on BHG Delish Dish
Autumn Chia Pudding 3 Ways from Half Baked Harvest
Rooibos Red Tea Poached Pears from Jerry James Stone
Which typical Fall dishes are you looking forward to making?
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