Wednesday, 30 September 2020

Tips On Where To Find Some Great Fall Recipes (2)

Hi There..... Are you hungry for some great fall recipes? πŸ˜‹

I hope so, because that’s what today’s blog is all about. Ha, I didn’t beat around the bush this time. Usually, I let you simmer some more and have you guess a bit what my post will be all about. As you can see that’s not today. πŸ˜€

Last week I shared my first part of fall recipes, but there are plenty more where those came from. You absolutely have to read the first post I made on this topic. πŸ˜‰

If you haven’t read it, know that I am not that fond of cooking. I only cook when I have to, and I have to admit that nowadays my hubby spends more time in the kitchen than me. 😊

But that’s not just because I am no avid cook. He often prepares all the vegetables for me because it’s painful for me to peel and chop them. The destruction of the cartilage in my hands is getting to be more and more a problem. Soon there will be nothing left of me but a pile of bones. Maybe I can give them to my granddaughter then so she can play with them. πŸ˜‚

Did you realize that the earliest known written recipes date to 1730 BC, and they discovered them in Mesopotamia? Other early written recipes date from roughly 1600 BC and come from a tablet from southern Babylonia. Can you believe that I find those kinds of things interesting? I suppose you can, but would you still believe if you knew that I hated History in school? 😁

Ah, I bet you weren’t suspecting that. If you are eager to learn everything about this subject, you can find more information on this page of Wikipedia.

But I am certain people will have passed their family inherited recipes a lot earlier. I bet you have some of those up your sleeve. That doesn’t mean I can’t give you some extra inspiration. Everyday meals can be great on a regular day during the week. 😊

Most of us have kids at home that have to get their dinner on time, and these meals have to suit a tight budget. Then there are days when you get some more time in the kitchen and squander just that bit more. Here is my second selection of great fall recipes for those special days. 😍

Recipe For Mushroom Soup

1 onion
250 grams of mushrooms (or another type of mushroom)
olive oil 2 tbsp
25 grams of wheat flour
vegetable stock, 500-1000 ml depending on how creamy you want it
dash of white port
(soy) cream to taste
Pepper and salt to taste
some rosemary for garnish

Sweet Potato And Pak Choi Stew With Crispy Portobello

700 grams of sweet potatoes
500 grams of floury potatoes
2 bushes of pak choi
2 portobello mushrooms
80 grams of panko
protein from 2 eggs
4 tablespoons of flour
4 tablespoons of sunflower oil
2 tablespoons of sesame seeds
2 cloves of garlic
2 tablespoons of soy sauce
2 tablespoons sweet soy sauce
1/2 teaspoon chili flakes

Sweet Potato Sauerkraut Mash

600 gr sweet potatoes (weigh before peeling)
2 cloves of garlic
0.5 tablespoon of fennel seeds
a good dash of olive oil
sea salt

1 bag of sauerkraut (520 gr)
4 cloves
good splash of white wine (or water)

Cheerful Autumn Pumpkin Soup

One and a half kilo of pumpkin (ask the farmer for a tasty variety if there are several varieties, if not butternut squash is always good)
1 liter of vegetable stock
1 large winter carrot
1 small leek
1 onion
2 cloves of garlic
1/2 teaspoon of cayenne pepper
2 generous teaspoons of curry
1 teaspoon of cumin
150 ml of cooking cream
Olive oil

Have fun cooking and enjoy your meal πŸ˜‹

Hope you like my blog post.....Until next time.....Have a great day 

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  1. Oh die champignonnensoep lijkt me heel lekker. Moet ik zeker een keer maken

  2. These recipes look really yummy! That mushroom soup really looks good! I'm always looking for new recipes to make for my family!

  3. wonderful options! I have my actively running season ending this Sunday so I look forward to eating a lot more things later this fall.

  4. Ooh yum, you are making me super hungry, great picks!

  5. Mmm lekker, ik moet snel eens wat comfy food gaan maken.

  6. The mushroom soup looks delicious! I will have to try this recipe soon. Great post!

  7. I would love to try that mushroom soup! I actually have some mushroom in the fridge so thank you for sharing , will try it :)

  8. I love this! Fall is my favorite season πŸ™‚

  9. Heerlijk, die champignonsoep. Maar ook de Sweet Potato And Pak Choi Stew With Crispy Portobello lijkt me enorm lekker. Bedankt voor de kookinspiratie!

  10. Dankjewel voor deze fijne herfstrecepten. Het ziet er allemaal heel lekker uit.

  11. Love this so much.I am always on the look out for good recipes

  12. Ik heb recent voor het eerst champignon saus gemaakt zonder pakjes en zakjes en deze soep lijkt mij ook wel wat!

  13. These look like delicious meals! Fall is perfect for warm comfort food :)

  14. Pompoensoep is een van mijn favoriete herfst recepten.
    De rest wat je hebt uitgezocht lijkt me trouwens ook heerlijk

  15. champignons soep, heerlijk. deze sla ik even op

  16. Looks all so delicious! Ik houd alleen zelf niet van champignon soep haha.

  17. After Part I, I was so curious what you'll recommend us this time. I'll make the Sauerkraut Pumpkin Mash one of these days.

  18. Kuntala Bhattacharya5 October 2020 at 23:11

    Thats some amazing and healthy recipes for me. I can try out, festive season approaching in India so it will be great

  19. great list of recipes! I would very much enjoy cooking each and every recipe from the list

  20. Oeh, daar zitten lekkere recepten tussen! Persoonlijk ben ik erg van de slowcooker op het moment. Lekker makkelijk, maar tegelijkertijd ook erg lekker!

  21. Hmm..ziet er allemaal erg lekker uit! Ik ben ook gek op soep!