EARLY WINTER Vegetables for Winter Warming Vol 2. | SEASONAL COOKING

Spicy Turnips in Yoghurt | Kasmiri Shalgum Curry

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?

Here are some suggestions salads and vegetables in season in early winter –  fennel, broccoli, beetroot, cabbage, carrots, potatoes, pumpkin and parsnips — and much more.

Enjoy some Salad and Vegetable Inspiration for Early Winter. You can also browse:

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Vegetables

Collections

Swede and Turnip Gratin

Mixed Vegetables

Ezhukari Kuzhambu / Kootu | Seven Vegetables Kuzhambu or Kootu

Amaranth Leaves

Amaranth Leaves Masiyal | Dal with Amaranth Leaves, Green Chillies and Cashews

Broccoli

Broccoli with Orange-Verjuice-Butter Sauce

Brussels Sprouts

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pomegranate Molasses

Cabbage Dishes

Slow Braised Miso Cabbage

Carrot Dishes

Carrot Poriyal | Stir-fried Carrot with Coconut

Cauliflower Dishes

Gentle winter Curry of Cauliflower, Swede and Turnip

Daikon Radish

Daikon Salad with Coconut and Nigella Seed

Eggplant Dishes

Cheesey Baked Eggplant with Tomatoes

Fennel Dishes

Beautiful Fennel Puree, Dressing, Spread or Dip

Fenugreek Leaves

Hara Mung Dal Tadka with Methi | Green Mung Bean Dal with Fenugreek Leaves

Okra Dishes

Okra Patia

Orange Recipes
Potato Recipes

Potato Bhaji

Pumpkins and Squash

Sri Lankan Pumpkin and Coconut Curry

Spinach Dishes and Other Greens

Spinach Bhaji | Spinach Stir Fried with Ginger and Spices

Swede Dishes
Tomato Recipes

Roasted Okra with Tomatoes and Coriander Seed

Turnip Dishes

Turnip with Spices

 

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