The transition from summer to fall is a magical time for many, and I am no exception. While the fresh, clean flavors of summer are probably my all-time favorite; I enjoy this short season of pumpkin, apples, squash, and warming spices. These are the fall recipes that are inspiring me right now.
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Fall Recipe #1: Jo Cooks Mulligatawny Soup
Mulligatawny has to be the most satisfying soup on the planet. I have been working on my own Mulligatawny using my free chicken broth recipe. There's curry, spicy, rice, and vegetables, all simmered in a brothy broth. Visit Jo Cooks for one of the coziest fall recipes!
FALL RECIPE #2: HALF BAKED HARVEST ROASTED BUTTERNUT SQUASH PIZZA WITH APPLES AND BURRATA
I pretty much live for anything Tieghan Gerard makes (find her cookbook here) and this fall-inspired pizza is no exception. As fall recipes go, this pizza has it all! Butternut squash, apples, and my favorite...burrata. This is a genius pairing of all the fall things that will give you all the cozy this week.
FALL RECIPE #3: PINCH OF YUM PUMPKIN GNOCCHI
Pinch Of Yum is my all-time favorite food blog, and if you are looking for inspiring fall recipes (me) Pinch of Yum's pumpkin gnocchi fits the season to a T. They have a gnocchi cooking method that involves skillet frying that has become my new go-to method this year. Gnocchi is so easy to make and true to form, POY makes it even easier.
FALL RECIPE #4: RECIPE TIN EATS ROASTED PUMPKIN WITH YOGURT SAUCE AND PINE NUTS
Pumpkin pretty much wins October and November and this is a pumpkin recipe that you don't want to miss. A tangy lemon yogurt sauce dresses up an easy roasted pumpkin and pine nuts add depth of flavor to one of the coziest fall recipes. I have followed Nagi for a long time, and I love her recipes and her step by step photos for beginner cooks.