You are in: Home / Cookbooks / Winter
Lost? Site Map
food image

403 recipes in

Winter

Seasonal recipes for the months of winter. Ingredients include potatoes, cabbage, winter squash, Brussels sprouts, kale, citrus, onions, garlic. Stews and comfort foods. Dried beans, rice, pantry staples. [Photo: Irish Potato Soup]
« Previous 1 2 3 . . . 16 17 18 19 20 Next »
Displaying up to 20 pages of results. To see all results, or register.

This recipe is from Hollyhock (a retreat). They have some amazing recipes. The yams here are the orange ones. In some places they are called sweet potatoes. Why the confusion???? I haven't a clue.

Recipe #305088

Low-fat, healthy, and delicious!! We serve this as a side dish but you can make it a main dish by adding cooked meats or top it with your favorite gumbo, jambalaya, red beans, stroganoff or stir-fry....you're only limited by your imagination. I really encourage you to use kale but you can substitute fresh spinach if kale is not available. I never use store-bought cajun seasoning (to salty and not spicy enough for us). There are some great cajun seasoning recipes on this site and you can control the salt. Kale is VERY nutritious and this is another way to sneak veggies into your meals. You can also make it vegetarian by using the vegetable broth. We love it!

Recipe #108785

From Cori Downing, who recommends using organic ingredients. Cook time is chill time. Number of servings is estimated.

Recipe #283361

Recipe #385602

183 Reviews |  By Tish

The great part is you can use whatever leftovers (well...almost) you have on hand. This dish can be served hot or cold. Freezes very well! Use any cheese of your choice.

Recipe #31342

From Sunset "Cookies" (1985). I have made formatting modifications from the original recipe for clarity but all the steps and ingredients are the same as the cookbook. This is a bar version of the German Bienenstich cakes.

Recipe #217951

4 Reviews |  By Manda

This is a healthy, flavorful, vegetarian dish. Great served with a salad and some crusty french bread, or alone for a nice, hearty lunch. Very filling, too.

Recipe #19706

Boxes of oven-ready lasagna may contain 12 or 16 noodles. For 12 noodles use 3 per layer, for 16 use 4. If Swiss Chard is unavailable, use a 16 oz. pkg of frozen spinach.

Recipe #335766

From Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey by Najmieh Batmanglij. This is untrried by me so far, but I plan on making it this winter sometime. I'm wating to see if I get a handheld blender for Christmas.

Recipe #343599

This is just what its name implies...the absolute best beef stew ever. It is wonderful in the colder weather and really warms you up. I got the basic recipe from an old Amish cookbook and tweeked it a bit. My family loves it with home baked bread, so I always make Amish White Bread, recipe #26526 to go along with it.

Recipe #55021

Plan ahead this method takes 2 days to create the best most richest flavorful stock, far better and cheaper than any canned broth, once you try this you will never purchase cans of broth again! --- this can be done either on a stove top or in a crock pot but start the stock firstly on the stove top then transfer to a crock pot --- the same method may be used for turkey stock use the carcass and leftover legs, thigh and wing bones from your roasted turkey in place of the chicken pieces, also save your carcass and bones from roasted chickens and freeze them to throw in the pot, roasted bones will produce a richer golden colored stock but uncooked chicken works just as well --- I freeze the cooled cooked broth in 2 or 4-cup plastic freezer containers and store in the freezer until ready to use, you may do a quick defrost in the microwave when needed --- yield depends on size of pot and how much water is used, use this broth to make the best tasting chicken soup, don't remove the skins from onions they add color and taste to the stock adding in another onion won't hurt :)

Recipe #118258

For our feathered friends who need our help in the winter! If possible use flexible molds or muffin pans lined with paper cups. If you don't have flexible molds, immerse the molds in hot water for several seconds before removing the cakes. They also make a nice gift for our human friends who like to look after the birds. It is nice to make this in one large mold and display the cake in your garden (in a safe place away from other animals!) Don't take notice of the yield because that will depend on the size of molds you use. You can also be somewhat flexible with the amounts given in the recipe, they will still turn out well and much better than any store bought cakes for the birds. They love them and my 'garden restauant' is always full of satisfied customers! If you have some netting to put them in you can hang them from a tree branch.

Recipe #147310

This is my favorite garlic soup of all. It is wonderful and each bite is as memorable as the first. This garlic soup differs from the ordinary garlic soup as it is hearty but also elegant. It is the kind of soup a person craves when recovering from a cold or a broken heart. It has cured a number of hangovers over the years although scrawled above the recipe I have written “Do not attempt to make with a really really bad hangover!!!!” – and I heed that warning, so plan ahead (I am pretty sure it means not to make it with a real bad hangover if you have to also make the stock). The combination of garlic, herbs and cloves is magic; the tomato juice adds zip and the unctuous egg yolk enrichment is balanced by the pasta’s pleasant, soothing note. This will cure whatever ails you….For an even heartier entrée; place a poached egg on each croûte before ladling the soup over it. Wonderful! This soup is best when made with my Browned Vegetable Stock recipe (#150683), you could use other stock, but it would be a real shame…. a real shame…. so heighten your experience and make the stock as well… you won’t be sorry. For a fine-but-not-fussy meal you’ll be proud to set before anyone, try this soup with THE Salad (“the” Salad Recipe #150702) … because you can never have too much garlic! LOL! Finish with a fruity dessert like a really good baked apple made with brown sugar and served with gingerbread and a dollop of yogurt….. yummy!

Recipe #150699

This recipe is from the famous Duchin Lounge in Sun Valley, Idaho. It is their signature drink!

Recipe #203848

Blasting with high heat will shrink the skin and seal in all the juices to create an extremely moist and tender chicken with lovely crispy skin - and it will be on your table in about an hour. This method will also work with a larger chicken, but cooking time will need to be increased. You may adjust all seasonings to taste. If you are not a lemon lover, then you may omit the lemon juice. You really can use whatever seasoning that you like for this. I like to use seasoned salt. Make certain to use a fork and poke holes all over in the lemon, then place it into the cavity of the chicken. Roast roast as stated. The chicken with be moist and have a faint lemon flavor. For more of my tried-and-true recipes, visit my food blog at www.kittencalskitchen.com.

Recipe #221743

28 Reviews |  By Chouny

This burger is so delicious, you will not miss the meat, promise! Here's a tip: If you don't want this patties to fall apart, you absolutely need to make a rough chop while processing, also try making thinner patties.

Recipe #338863

This is an adopted recipe. Hmmm... lookie, there's no mango here, yet. I aim to fix that, thanks. :) Gimme a bit o' time to take care o' that, eh! :)

Recipe #7633

This recipe is adapted from "What to Cook" cookbook. Other than slicing the onions, it doesn't take a lot of prep time. This is what I make when I come home from work hungry and exhausted and want something yummy and filling for dinner.

Recipe #30698

Riboliita is a hearty soup originating in Tuscany. What set this soup apart from other Minestra recipes is the use of stale bread to make the soup more substantial (and to economize, of course). This delicious soup is best made a day before serving because it is even better on the second day.

Recipe #111110

This drink is a great alternative to hot apple cider. I've only had it once and got the recipe at Pleasant Union, one of the Shaker settlements here in Kentucky. The Shakers were wonderful cooks and most all of their recipes are deeelish.

Recipe #146797

« Previous 1 2 3 . . . 16 17 18 19 20 Next »
Displaying up to 20 pages of results. To see all results, or register.
Advertisement

Free Weekly Newsletter

Get the latest recipes and tips delivered right to your inbox.

Your e-mail is safe. Privacy Policy
Advertisement