Savor the flavors of fall with these cozy dinner recipes, warm casseroles, and hearty soups. Featuring in-season ingredients, these tasty and satisfying fall recipes are perfect for perking up chilly nights.
Fall-fresh apples brighten a crispy, panko-breaded pork loin for a hearty autumn feast. This easy comfort food shapes up in just over a half-hour, so it's perfect for weeknight meals.
Macaroni and cheese is a classic comfort food. This grown-up version mixes crisp fall apples with all the gooey goodness of cheddar and cream cheese.
Editor's Tip: For a flashy fruit garnish, fan very thin apple slices on top of the pie halfway through baking. Brush with melted butter and sprinkle with snipped fresh thyme.
Brighten chile-topped short ribs with clementine slices. This slow cooker winner smells great as it cooks -- the flavors of ginger, leeks, star anise, and dry sherry infuse your short ribs with lush fall-inspired flavors.
Crunchy outside and juicy inside, this delicious recipe makeover packs the goodness of fried chicken into a more healthful baked rendition.
Editor's Tip: Replace the crushed-cornflake coating with Italian-seasoned bread crumbs for a flavor twist.
Chase away the chill with a spicy fall meal. Pair this pork- and spice-filled stew with a citrus-topped green salad for the perfect contrast.
Editor's Tip: Make this stew up to three days before serving for a quick dinner solution.
Utlize your oven and a few hands-off hours to make this slow-cooked weeknight dinner. We'll walk you through the recipe, making it an even easier meal to prepare.
Rubbed with rosemary and garlic, this pork roast is destined to be a fall classic. Eggplant, beans, and squash -- spiced with sage and a hint of lemon -- make a perfect and seasonal side dish.
Fill your home with the warm, spicy aroma of cloves, ginger, saffron, pumpkin, and chicken cooking on the stove. This traditional Moroccan stew bursts with fall flavors, including a touch of sweetness from honey and raisins.
Editor's Tip: Tagine is both the name of the stew and the name of the clay pot in which it is traditionally cooked.
Nothing says comfort quite like chicken and noodles swimming in rich both. Watch for our secrets to the perfect comfort food.
Rich, chunky, and filled with fabulous flavor, this traditional chili is a classic for a reason! Add an extra sprinkle of cheese and a dollop of sour cream for a smooth finish.
For a satisfying weeknight supper, toss pasta with roasted sweet potatoes, cream cheese, and chili sauce.
Editor's Tip: Add broccoli florets or snap peas to the boiling pasta for 30 seconds to 1 minute. The vegetables add flavor, color, and crunch.
Stacks of meat loaf with spicy ketchup, crisp french fries, and melted American cheese make this hearty sandwich an instant hit.
A meaty sauce featuring beef and pork makes this hassle-free pasta recipe a family favorite.
This exceptional pot roast recipe features tender, melt-in-your-mouth beef and caramelized onions.