EARLY WINTER Indian Deliciousness for Spicy Winter Feasts VOLUME 2 | SEASONAL COOKING

This is the second volume of Indian dishes for Early Winter. You can check out the first one here.

We are leaving the capriciousness of Autumn behind, and its beautiful light, and we head into winter and approaching cold windy weather. Coats and jackets are out in anticipation is high for the weather to come.

Enjoy some Indian Inspiration for Early Winter. You can also browse:

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Cauliflower Roasted in Olive Oil

I roasted cauliflower for my daughter one day and she was delighted. She was not a fan of cauli, but eating it roasted was another experience. It changed her cauli-eating life.

Roasted cauliflower has a sweet, intense, nutty flavour.

This is the barest of recipes, to give you the gist of roasting cauliflower. And then you can play with it in any way that you like. Add toasted hazelnuts. Drizzle with pomegranate molasses. Throw tons of herbs at it. Roast garlic with it. Make a herb oil and drizzle over it. Eat hot. Cool it to room temperature and make a salad out of it. Add to pasta. Put it on a mezze or antipasto platter. Put in a tomato sauce. Or, eat it just as it is.

Are you after other Cauliflower recipes? Try Aloo Gobi, Slow Cooked Cauliflower with Lime and Spices, and A Plate of Cauliflower.

You can browse all of our Cauliflower recipes and our roasted dishes. Or explore our Mid Winter dishes. Enjoy!

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LATE WINTER – Don’t Miss these Recipes for Warming Winter Living | Seasonal Cooking

Late winter brings thoughts of Spring, although the weather is still freezing and we still look for nourishing and warming dishes. The oven is used a lot as it warms the kitchen and the heart.

Celebrating Beautiful Winter

You can also browse other Late Winter recipes:

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MID WINTER: Don’t miss these Warming Winter Recipes | Seasonal Cooking

Goodness, it’s cold! Put on another jumper and enjoy these highlights from our Mid Winter classic recipes.

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

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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LATE WINTER – Don’t Miss these Recipes for Warming Winter Living | Seasonal Cooking

Late winter brings thoughts of Spring, although the weather is still freezing and we still look for nourishing and warming dishes. The oven is used a lot as it warms the kitchen and the heart.

Celebrating Beautiful Winter

You can also browse other Late Winter recipes:

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MID WINTER: Don’t miss these Warming Winter Recipes | Seasonal Cooking

Goodness, it’s cold! Put on another jumper and enjoy these highlights from our Mid Winter classic recipes.

You can browse all of our Mid Winter recipes here:

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

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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MID WINTER Salads, Dips and Preserves for Healthy Variety | Seasonal Cooking

We move into the cold months where nothing much stirs in the garden. Oranges and other citrus are plentiful, pears too. Mid Winter vegetables arrive. Vegetables are more limited in range but beautiful in flavours.

Here are some suggestions for Salads and Preserves in season or available in Mid Winter – Carrots, Potatoes, Jerusalem artichokes, Beetroot — and much more. Dips too, and Winter Preserves.

Enjoy some Healthy Salad Inspiration for Mid Winter. You can also browse:

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EARLY WINTER Salads for Healthy Eating | SEASONAL COOKING

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 –  broccoli, 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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