Sweet potato and tatsoi soup is one of the best recipes to warm up with on a chilly night. Made with plenty of leafy greens and root veggies, curry paste, chili, and chickpeas, it’s easy to make, but the flavor is complex. It takes just a little over an hour to come together and you’ll crave it over and over again.
Celebrating fall is so tasty with a homemade squash apple pizza to enjoy. The smooth, creamy puree is topped with tangy onions and sharp pecorino cheese, and the whole thing is amped up with fresh diced apples, crumbled blue cheese, arugula, and toasted pecans, making every bite a textural masterpiece. Get the recipe.
This maple glazed roasted pork roast with root vegetables is an ultra juicy cut of meat that will leave everyone around the table raving over the meal. The meat and vegetables are coated in a sweet and spicy glaze. And it’s made in one skillet, so cleanup is minimal once you’re done. Get the recipe now.
Don’t hide those pretty apples inside of a pie. In our recipe for an elegant French apple tart, you can show off beautifully arranged slices of apples glazed with maple syrup on top of a buttery, cookie-like crust. Serve this perfect fall dessert warm from the oven, or chilled. Learn how to make the recipe now.
Looking for the ultimate fall dish? This vegetarian buckwheat harvest tart starts with a hearty buckwheat and thyme pastry crust that’s filled with the best produce autumn has to offer, and topped with rich pecorino cheese. Savory and sweet, you’re sure to impress your friends and family with this recipe. Read more.
Do you love Asian-style dishes? What about pumpkin? This recipe for pumpkin curry is a combination of both, and it’s not only simple to make, but also extremely comforting and filling. Garnished with cilantro and served alongside basmati rice, this makes the perfect dinner on a chilly evening. Get the recipe now on Foodal and take a culinary trip to Asia!
The simplest dessert is one that you don’t have to bake, like our simple ricotta pear stacks. The fruit is sliced and layered with a creamy spiced ricotta filling, and topped with chopped pistachios for touch of salty crunch. There’s no cooking required, and they’re healthier than other sweets. Get the recipe now.
Not a huge fan of crunchy gingersnaps? We have the perfect option if you prefer something on the softer side. Make a delicious batch of our soft and chewy ginger cookies. We cover them in granulated sugar and bake them until puffy and aromatic, with beautiful crackles on top. Learn how to make the recipe now.
Love risotto? Then your taste buds are going to fall head over heels for this Pumpkin Kamut with Pecorino and Hazelnuts. Made with Kamut, a chewy whole grain, and fresh pumpkin, it’s a slightly healthier, fall-flavored twist on the traditional Italian dish. Read more now to add this recipe to next week’s meal plan!