Comfort Food To Fall For This Autumn

by Tefal Team on 13 October 2022
  • Feast on ultimate comfort food this British Food Fortnight. With so much in season, fill your plate with delicious ingredients and diverse recipes that celebrate UK produce in all its autumn glory!

  • Warming breakfasts

    When it comes to a satisfying brekkie, we know eggs-actly what you need. Sneak seasonal spinach into eggs benedict to make something super, or bake these flavoursome bacon, cheese and tomato muffins to have now or save for later.

    Opt for something truly British and autumnal with a bowl of steaming porridge topped with juicy raspberries or spiced pears. On the subject of sweet stuff, follow these steps to ultimate waffles and load them up with these scrumptious toppings.

  • Comfort lunches

    Heap harvest bounty into this tummy warming root veg and lentil soup. Busy? Then let the Cook4Me make it for you! Serve with still-warm homemade bread.

    Messing with classics can create epic new recipes, like these shepherd’s pie baked tatties. Two glorious comfort foods rolled into one – we heart that! And adding tangy stilton does something amazing in this next level bubble and squeak .

    British lettuce is in season till December, so salads are still a good option. If that doesn’t sound like appropriate nosh for colder months then take a look at this warm chicken, barley and mushroom salad and these other wholesome recipes.

  • Hearty dinners

    Chilly weather calls for stews, hot pots and, well, chilli. This winter nights chilli is the perfect blend of warming spices and full flavoured ingredients, while this beef shin hotpot is a wonderful way to use cheaper cuts of meat. Or keep it veggie with this knockout butternut squash and borlotti bean stew.

    Pies are also a winner when the temperature drops so reach for this one pot paneer curry pie – makes us hungry just thinking about it! – or this dreamy fish pie. With a hidden layer of mushy peas and a host of flavours, it’s sure to be one you’ll make again and again.

  • Autumnal desserts

    Blackberries, pears, plums, damsons – there are so many tasty fruits in season right now. Take advantage by making classic jam roly poly with homemade jam or a recipe that includes fresh berries instead.

    Juicy, ripe figs are one of our favourite autumn treats so we couldn’t resist sharing this fig sponge pudding. Swimming in a sticky fig syrup and topped with baked figs, Greek yogurt and honey, it can be served with more yogurt, cream or ice cream. Decisions, decisions!

    It’s hard to top that but we’ve saved the best for last. This toffee apple brioche and butter pudding is autumn in a bowl. British dessert apples, rich sticky toffee sauce, lashings of custard – what more could you ask for this season?

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