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This rich velvety soup is a wonderful way to begin this festive meal. If you can find jarred or frozen peeled chestnuts, it will cut down on your preparation time considerably. If using fresh chestnuts, see the preparation instructions following in this recipe and plan to prepare them in advance. (Peeled chestnuts are sold at Asian markets at a fraction of the cost in supermarkets.) For a thinner but still rich soup, add up to one cup of almond milk close to serving time.Adapted from "Party Vegan" by Robin Robertson.View Recipe
To me, the perfect brunch dessert is one that is not too sweet, not too rich, and especially not too chocolaty — this chestnut cake fits the bill! Served with warm pan-roasted Bartlett pears and a little chestnut honey syrup, it’s absolutely enchanting and even a little addictive.
The cake should be prepared one day ahead, as its texture will improve with a little rest. All that remains to be done before serving is to pan-roast the pears and make the syrup, which only takes a few moments.
This delicious soup combines the fall flavors of celery root and apple. The dish is completed with a savory chestnut flan, a succulent twist on the classic dessert.View Recipe
This chestnut-stuffed meringue dish is shaped and named after Mont Blanc. Similar to pavlova, this light and airy dessert is topped with whipped cream. Recipe courtesy of Quattro restaurant in Miami.View Recipe
Nothing is better than a nice, hot cup of soup. Whether its for your Friendsgiving or because of this cold weather, this soup is the solution. It is recommended you pair this dish with Thorny Rose Pinot Grigio.
Here’s a recipe for an exciting Thanksgiving stuffing from chef Suzanne Goin of Lucques Restaurant in Los Angeles. Chestnuts and pancetta are a classic combination, and a little chile de árbol gives it a pleasant background heat.
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This recipe uses elegant shelled French chestnuts and rich brioche bread to create an indulgent, flavorful stuffing that's for more than just stuffing the bird on Thanksgiving.
There's nothing like a warm and cozy chestnut soup to brighten up a cool evening. You can use fresh or frozen chestnuts, whatever is available to you. The flavor of chestnuts is enhanced by applewood-smoked bacon, and classic French flavors of garlic, thyme, and bay leaf lighten up the soup.
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A flavorful side dish that goes well with a beef rib roast, a roast chicken, or even just on it's own. If you can find raw, whole chestnuts, boil these until tender for the best result.View Recipe
Here's a quick side dish that's healthy and easy to prepare. Chestnuts and sage bring winter flavors to a fall favorite. Enjoy!
Created by executive chef Beau MacMillan of elements restaurant in Scottsdale, Ariz., this recipe combines the traditional and loved flavors of Thanksgiving in a new and unexpected way.
Granny Smith apples, chestnuts, and homemade cornbread combine to make a memorable and delicious stuffing. And it's vegan, too. While store-bought cornbread is convenient, there's nothing quite like homemade.
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