When the days grow shorter and the nights colder, it is always a pleasure to come home and eat something satisfying and sustaining for dinner. These recipes are easy enough to cook on a weeknight with little trouble and will warm your cockles and fill your belly. From a speedy pie to a reviving curry, there is a recipe for every craving.
This speedy recipe from The Quick Roasting Tin promises pie on the table in forty minutes flat. And sometimes after a trying day, only pie will do.
Sweet squash, salty, smoky pancetta and fragrant rosemary come together in this simple pasta recipe to create a wonderfully autumnal dish. Best served with freshly ground black pepper and plenty of Parmesan.
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Revive over a bowl of soup with Theo Randall's take on minestrone verde. Filled with vegetables, this hearty recipe is a healthy and warming supper.
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Bring a little heat to your kitchen with this flavour-packed sweet potato and peanut stew. This is a comforting, crowd-pleasing dish that also happens to be vegan.
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Rosemary Shrager's hearty cassoulet is a real autumnal warmer, flavoured with red wine, tarragon, paprika and smoky bacon and chorizo. Serve with hunks of crusty bread for a real feast.
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Jamie Oliver's veggie bolognese is loaded with veg and packing a punch of fibre. Be sure to make a big batch - it freezes well and is great to have on hand for busy weeknights.
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This freezer-friendly creamy, comforting curry is just what the doctor ordered for chilly autumnal evenings. Mix things up a bit by serving with with quinoa or millet, if you like.
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Enjoy seasonal wild mushrooms in Meera Sodha's fungi-packed pilau. This one-pot recipe is fragrant with the flavours of fennel seeds, cinnamon, bay and fresh dill.
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