EARLY WINTER – Don’t Miss these Hearty Dishes | Seasonal Cooking

Creamy Cauliflower Soup with Almonds

Slowly we leave the lovely light of Autumn and don the coat as the chilly mornings and evenings are slipping in. The Greengrocer’s shelves are changing, fruit is disappearing, and winter vegetables arriving. What will you be cooking?

Enjoy these highlights from our Early Winter classic recipes. You can browse all of our Early Winter recipes here:

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Indian Deliciousness

Cabbage Baaji / Kothsu

Bhindi Subzi | Okra with Spices

South Indian Baby Sweetcorn Soup

Mung and Masoor Dal from Assam

Wintery Masala Chai, Good for Colds

South Indian Okra in Yoghurt

Winter Salads

Black Bean and Cabbage Salad with Orange Dressing

Orange and Walnut Salad

Three Citrus Salad with Green Chilli, Ginger and Crunchy Almond Salsa

Rocket Salad with Penne and Parmasan

Winter Vegetable Medley

Leeks and Carrots a la Grecque with Tomato and Herbs

Risotto with Mushrooms

Baked Parsnips with Parmesan

Gratin Dauphinois | Potato Gratin with Cream

Whole Okra Stuffed with Onions and SPices

Pastes, Purees, Sauces and Dips

Fava Bean Puree with Fresh Herbs | Dried Broad Bean Puree with Herbs | Dip, Spread or Soup

Roasted Cauliflower and White Bean Puree | Dip | Spread

Winter Preserves

Pomegranate Molasses

Indian Green Apple Pickle

Hearty Soups

Simple Beetroot Soup

South Indian Pumpkin Soup

Roasted Parsnip Soup with Spices

South Indian Baby Sweetcorn Soup

Lentils, Grains and Pasta

Pearl Barley and Porcini "Risotto" | Pearl Barley and Porcini with Parmesan

Three Cheese Risotto

Schiacciata with Cheese Topping

Sweet Desserts

Quince Paste

Griddle Scones

Drinks

Steamy Peppery Chai

Longan Tea with Ginger

Tips and Hints

How to Cook Rice using Steaming Method | A Life Time of Cooking

Malaysian Curry Powder

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