Fall Flavor Round Up at Windsong Place Apartments
Autumn has found its way to Williamsville, NY, and that means it’s time to break out your favorite fall recipes. If you’re in need of something new to try, no worries, we are sharing some fall recipes (including savory pumpkin options) you can create for breakfast, lunch, or dinner at your Windsong Place Apartment kitchen. Let’s get cooking!
Savory Pumpkin Recipes
There are plenty of ways to create pumpkin-spice desserts floating around, so we thought we would share some ideas for the other end of the spectrum — savory recipes featuring pumpkin. Enjoy!
Pumpkin Soup is not for everyone, but if you’re a fan, you will love this recipe from The Pioneer Woman Cooks.
Pumpkin lends itself to the savory end of the spectrum as well as the sweet as evidenced by this Baked Parmesan Pumpkin Fries recipe.
Serve it in a bowl, made of bread or otherwise, or even in a pumpkin shell, but however you serve it, pumpkin soup can really hit the spot. Try one of these recipes from “Recipe Roundup” — 10 Ways to Make Pumpkin Soup.
We couldn’t help ourselves, we had to include at least one pumpkin-spice recipe in the mix — so it’s not savory, but it is delicious! Start your day right with a bowl of pumpkin pie oatmeal with this recipe from Damn Delicious. It includes oats, milk, pumpkin puree, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, pecans, and maple syrup. Yum!
Favorite Fall Flavors
A filling chowder is perfect for a crisp October day, and this Corn Chowder from Chef in Training fits the bill. But don’t take our word for it. One reviewer, Jessica, wrote: “I recently won a soup cook-off at work with this recipe. Everyone was raving about it, so I gave them the recipe and your website.”
Squash is plentiful in the fall, and this Butternut Squash Ramen Bowl with Rice Noodles from In Pursuit of More is a great way to create a healthy lunch in just ten minutes. You will need vegetable stock, butternut squash soup (homemade or from the shelf), salt, soy sauce, rice noodles, medium soft tofu, scallions, toasted sesame oil, fresh pea shoots or fresh spinach, and black sesame seeds for garnish.
There’s nothing that says it’s fall like the enticing aroma of an oven beef stew filling every corner of your kitchen. We love the combination of beef and root vegetables in this easy-to-prepare recipe from Taste of Home: Winter Oven Beef Stew.
What are your favorite recipes that say fall has arrived in New York? Let us know in the comments; we love to try new things. Next time we will have tips for carving your Halloween Jack o’lantern, so stay tuned to the Windsong Place Apartments Blog.