Autumn is in full swing with all its cold weather and beautiful scenery with Christmas just on the horizon. It’s home-comfort season – we want warming soups, meals and treats to accompany the cosy days in. Here is a selection of our favourite soups and warming dishes to thaw the cold weather all using in-season fruit and vegetables. Keep scrolling to discover some fantastic potato recipes packed with warming flavours.
Don’t let it fool you - this innovative dish is small in size but jam-packed with scrumptious flavours. An incredible mixture sits at the heart of this recipe bringing together chunks of potato, broccoli and apple in a dreamy consistency. Stilton combines with the fruity tones of apple in the mix making it a wonderfully toasty recipe to enjoy this Autumn.
This recipe doesn’t only look great - it’s full of great flavours reflecting the Autumn season in warmth and taste. The use of squash and pumpkin influences the fantastic orange colour that forms in the broth as well as the creamy consistency. It’s an incredibly simple recipe in method but incredibly impressive in taste and presentation.
Pomegranate is one of the many delicious fruits in season throughout November, this recipe puts the fruit to good use in the middle of Greek-style potato and chicken parcels. It’s further complemented by a mixture of spinach and sumac which blends beautifully with the soft chunks of baby new potatoes. This collision of ingredients is tied up in a fantastic filo pastry.
Another warming dish full of hearty Autumnal ingredients - these are one of those great dishes you can put on a slow cook throughout the day whilst you're out for a walk in the park. This method uses potatoes in a delicious mix of sausages, tomato sauce and onion which adds a wonderful spice kick with the addition of diced green pepper to the mix.
Check out some more delicious potato recipes here.
Everyone loves chips! Whether you are having them together with a steak or served up in a butty they are a staple side dish for many a meal. If you’re looking for the healthier alternative, knowing how to make oven chips is a must! We would always say it’s better to make them from scratch rather than frozen because you have a lot more choice on how you want to prepare them! Here’s what you should think about…
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