Our 10 Most Popular Fall Recipes
With the temperatures finally starting to drop after a steamy summer, our attention quickly turns to homey dishes that warm us from the inside out. You all definitely agree, as our most popular fall recipes are just that. Some require an afternoon spent curled up with a book while it cooks away in the oven, while others come together quickly after a day outside in the brisk air. All, however, are perfectly suited for the season.
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A comforting bowl of mac and cheese tastes right no matter the season, but it’s especially welcomed when the temperature starts to drop.
If you can, try to make this brisket a day ahead of time. Not only will that allow you to remove some of the fat that forms, but the meat will also get even more tender and flavorful.
You can get creative with this basic pork tenderloin recipe and season it any way you like. We love trying different spice blends like za’atar, chili powder, or curry powder.
Stay cozy inside instead of heading out to your favorite Indian restaurant and make creamy chicken tikka masala at home with the help of your slow cooker — just don’t forget the rice!
You’ll likely have leftovers of this quick dinner recipe, but that’s more than OK because then you’ll have lunch taken care of.
This homey vegan soup comes together quickly with just a few basic ingredients. Enjoy it with some whole-grain bread for a wholesome meal.
Stuffed peppers are a great way to use up leftovers, so feel free to swap in shredded chicken for the beef or quinoa for the rice if that’s what you have on hand.
We’re not sure if there’s anything better than letting a pot roast cook for hours while the air outside is brisk. Serve it with egg noodles or mashed potatoes and don’t forget a glass of red wine.
Fall is the perfect time to give homemade bread a try since you’re now eager to turn your oven on. Once you realize how simple it is, you’ll be baking loaves into the winter.
This is a great recipe if you’re looking for something that tastes hearty but doesn’t involve meat since lots of mushrooms, garlic, and Parmesan give the dish a rich umami taste.