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Autumnal Weeknight Dinner Menu
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Making dinner at home during the week doesn't have to be an all-day production. Mix and match these dishes to create a menu that works for you. Many can be made ahead, or re-purposed into another evening's dinner, if you wish.
From La Buena Vida
Choose Tuscan or Dinosaur Kale for this salad as the leaves are better suited for grilling. Don’t have a grill? Toss the leaves in oil and broil them, making sure to keep turning them so they don’t burn.
From London Foodie in NY
There is an abundance of lovely carrots in the markets right now, and roasting them only deepens their flavor.
From Pinch My Salt
A delicious combination of quintessentially fall flavors that is easy to put together.
From Veggie Num Num
Quinoa is a protein-rich grain that will keep you satisfied, and pairs well with sweet roasted pumpkin and salty feta.
From Always Order Dessert
A variety of flavors and textures that blend beautifully, with nutty farro, sweet beets, acidic citrus and creamy goat cheese.
A classic butternut squash soup with a bit of apple for sweetness. Have fun with the curry condiments, from the expected cashews, coconut and scallions, to the unexpected cilantro, mango, tomato chutney, and lime pickle.
From Diane Rossen Worthington on Leite’s Culinaria.
Lamb chops are easy to cook in a pinch. Try serving them with this zesty spin on a traditional mint sauce.
From Caviar and Codfish
Perfect to serve with herb-roasted fingerling potatoes from the farmers market.
Sweet pears are a wonderful complement to roast pork. Serve with roasted sweet potatoes for a true autumnal meal.
A comforting addition to your meal from Marcella Hazan. Serve this plain, or jazz it up with the addition of mushrooms, cheese, herbs, or an ingredient of your choosing.
From Alexandra’s Kitchen
This NYC restaurant has taken the once-loathed vegetable to a whole new level with this preparation.
From Smitten Kitchen
Roasting sweet potato wedges brings out a caramelly sweetness in this root vegetable. Adding a spicy coating transforms these healthy root vegetables into a flavorful treat.
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