Looking for winter recipes? Long cold nights and frigid snowy days send us burrowing into our homes with warm comforting foods. Winter means hearty root vegetables, deep dark greens, in long slow braises, stews and roasts plus recipes for the holiday season as well.
Caramel Hazelnut Pudding
Warm, decadent pudding from Gran’s Kitchen: Recipes from the Notebooks of Dulcie May Booker.
Chicken Tagine with Preserved Lemons and Olives
This Moroccan dish is delicious served over couscous.
Rich Dessert Hot Chocolate
This is the penultimate rich and creamy hot chocolate–like drinking custard out of a cup. Serve it for dessert. How to video included in recipe.
Mushroom Barley Soup
A flurry of Parmesan adds a risotto-like finish to this anything but soupy soup
Chicken and Broccoli Casserole
A wide, shallow baking dish, such as a gratin or casserole, provides plenty of space for the crumbs on top of this homey chicken dish.
Seville Orange Marmalade
This recipe uses the cut-rind method of marmalade making, which results in a purer fruit flavor, with a lighter color, looser texture, and clearer jelly than whole-fruit marmalade.
Mahammar (Pepper, Pomegranate and Walnut Dip)
A seasonal Mediterranean dip that’s a healthy holiday treat.
Winter Squash and Onion Bread Pudding
This savory bread pudding makes a wonderful vegetarian main dish. It is also terrific as a dressing served alongside roast turkey and gravy.
Chef Will Leroux makes batches of this creamy clam chowder to give as gifts during the holidays.
Comte Cheese Spoon Breads with Roasted Pepper Raisin Jam
Made in individual muffin cups, these spoon breads are cheesy, creamy and delicious, especially when served with Roasted Pepper Raisin Jam.
Roasted Vegetable Chili
Roasting the vegetables adds sweet, smoky flavors to the chili; the roasted squash thickens the sauce. Add shredded rotisserie chicken for extra protein.
Rosemary Kale Chicken Soup
This Chicken Soup is a great way to get kids to eat nutrient-packed kale.