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.
From the book
The Quick Roasting Tin
75 fast and simple one dish recipes to revolutionise the way you cook
Leave the hard work to the oven with minimal prep and less washing up
From fast dinners to simple desserts
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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