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I create food recipes that create a sense of warmth and comfort on a cool October day! And that’s why you must read this blog to check out these amazing recipes.
“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” — L.M. Montgomery
And I will gladly agree with him! So, if you are an October fan like me, you should definitely celebrate the cooler temperatures with a nice hike, warm fire, and really good food! Check out my four recipes that you must try this week without fail.
Four food recipes to try out this week.
Braised Green Beans With Tomatoes and Garlic
Braised green beans with tomatoes and garlic is a classic dish you can find in any Middle Eastern country. This dish is very traditional. However, my version is made with no lamb! This dish is similar to the Bamia with lamb recipe, except you replace the okra with green beans. It is simple and very healthy!
Vegan Sweet Potato and Dates Casserole
This sweet potato casserole is perfect for Autumn since it has many fall fruits and vegetables such as yams, sweet potatoes, and apples. The cinnamon, orange zest, and walnuts also contribute to this dish’s warm and cozy vibes. I’m sure you will want to enjoy this meal at least a few times a week!
Roasted Beets and Burrata Salad
Roasted beets and burrata salad is a simple recipe that needs very minimal cooking. All you need to do is prepare and cook the beets! This makes it a beautiful plate for a dinner party or a holiday celebration. Roasted beets and burrata salad is a vibrant, simple, and healthy dish! Once you try it, you’ll want to have it as an appetizer for every meal.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Pomegranate Molasses Dressing
Roasted Brussels sprouts are a classic dish served along many holiday meals. They can be eaten with a Christmas prime rib, Thanksgiving turkey, or even as part of a healthy dinner before all the Halloween candy sets in. This recipe makes the most delicious soft yet crispy Brussels sprouts.
Go ahead and try these amazing recipes. Let’s spark up October and make it better than September.
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