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Autumn recipes to get you in the Fall spirit

Bring on the seasonal ingredients, comforting vibes and buckets of flavour.

Now that the weather is cooler, you want comfort food ideas. Try these autumn recipes for inspiration!
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The season’s are a’changin’, as are our appetites. Once autumn arrives (Fall is just around the corner here in Australia), it’s out with the summer salads and in with the soul-warming fare. While pasta recipes are always de rigeur, I’ve got just the autumn recipes to get you excited about the cooler months ahead. Full of comforting vibes and seasonal produce, these autumn food ideas will get you looking forward to cosy nights in, trust me.

What’s in season in autumn

Produce is rich and rewarding at this time of year. Creamy pumpkins and eggplants are at their best early in the season, as are mushrooms, zucchinis and broccoli. As for what fruit is in season in autumn, enjoy a bountiful harvest of apples, bananas, plums and nashi pears, to name a few.

 

As the months get cooler, reach for the cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, leeks, sweet potatoes, cabbage and more. There’s so much to enjoy, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Autumn recipes to inspire you

With seasonal produce in mind, plus the cooler weather beckoning you indoors, here are some great recipes for autumn to try.

Slow-cooker Chicken Laksa Noodle Soup

Chicken noodle soup gets a laksa glow-up with this warming, spicy slow cooker recipe. With its tender shredded chicken, slurpy noodles and creamy curry broth, it’s a rich-tasting treat. And did I mention… there’s dumplings, too!

Classic Butter Chicken

This is so creamy and delicious, cooks in under 30 minutes, and tastes just like it does in a restaurant.

Sticky bbq pork rice bowl

Sticky pork belly slices, sweet roasted apple and silky cabbage, nestled on a bed of perfectly steamed rice… this super bowl is full of serious flavour. Even better, it’s a one-pan, traybake recipe, so clean-up is a breeze!

Chicken65

I hadn’t heard of Chicken 65 before until you guys started requesting a recipe for it! And I’m so glad I did because this fiery dish is so incredibly delicious. Hot and spicy but tangy and crunchy, it’s a symphony of texture and flavour.

Teriyaki Salmon Skewers

Make the most of autumn’s in-season leeks with this quick and easy teriyaki recipe.

Sweet Chili Bacon Brussel Sprouts-8

Not just for Christmas, Brussel sprouts are at their best come autumn. This side dish is ideal to get more veg on your plate during the week or weekend, and the sweet chilli sauce is a flavour-making addition. 

Weeknight Creamy Sri Lankan Chicken Curry

It tastes like it’s been simmered for hours, but this mild curry is done in a fraction of the time. Fuss-free, minimal faffing around and full-on flavours make it perfect for a weeknight dinner this autumn.

5-Spice Apple & Ginger Crumble

Make the most of apple season and make an autumnal dessert to bring on the warm and fuzzies.

Edamame Haloumi Okonomiyaki Fritters

My take on Japanese okonomiyaki pancakes are packed full of in-season greens and good stuff. And the result is a batch of fritters anyone would be happy to eat, any day of the week. These are also great served in lunchboxes or as a kid-friendly snack.

Slow-cooker Sticky Chilli Pulled Pork

Autumn recipes to me are all about the slow cooker! Dust yours off and go about your day knowing dinner is taking care of itself (although your oven also does the job equally well!).

Bounty Bar Brownies

Cooler weather = more time indoors = time to get your bake on! These rich, velvety chocolate brownies are made all the better with the addition of coconut.

One Pan Satay Chicken & Rice

Who doesn’t love a one-pan dish – not only do you make the most of all the cooking flavours, but there’s minimal washing up! That’s my kind of dinner. Hopefully you’ll love this peanutty, gnarly chicken as much as I do.

With eggplant at its best, this spicy dish is one of our favourite vegetarian autumn recipes.

I’m going out on a limb guys – I reckon this is THE best eggplant dish I know, so give it a whirl this autumn when these vegies are at their peak. It’s just so silky, tender and rich, with a perfect hit of chilli to tie it all together.

Chicken, Cauliflower & Sweet Corn Soup

Soup season is here. Make the most of cauliflower being in its prime and rustle up a batch of this creamy goodness. Even the kids will love it!

Cheesy Gochujang Hasselback Potatoes

Yep, I just improved a classic. Roast potatoes get a grown-up switcheroo to transform into cheesy, spicy, savoury wonders.

There’s chicken rice… and then there’s CHICKEN RICE. Amp up the epicness with this winner autumn-ready dinner and enjoy next-level flavour.

Creamy Miso Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin: the king of autumn ingredients!

Chicken & Chilli Jam Traybake

Chicken. Rice. A killer sauce. You guys, it doesn’t get much simpler than this. Make your next weeknight dinner a breeze with this one-pan, easy tray bake. A most ideal autumn recipe!

Basil, Beef & Eggplant Stir-fry

This is the meal you can cook when you don’t have time to cook! Delicious beef, chunks of eggplant (it’s in season), chilli and fragrant Thai basil come together to make a quick and easy midweek meal that you’ll want to make again and again.

4-ingredient Korean Pork Ribs

Low and slow is the order of the day with this easy pork ribs recipe. You only need four ingredients to make these, then just pop them in the oven for 2 hours to bake. The result is amazing – spicy, fall-off-the-bone meat that everyone will want to dig in to.

Indian-spiced Chicken & Cauli Traybake

This fuss-free tray bake is a vibrant celebration of Indian spices and seasonal produce, plus it’s low carb and keto-friendly, too.

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