Flavours of Autumn

These are my top 5 autumnal dishes that I’m definitely going to be making (and eating) in the near future/ tomorrow!

Making the most of the seasonal produce around right now, these dishes are perfect for autumn days.

Mostly all of the recipes are vegan or can be easily adapted to a vegan dish.

flavours of autumn

1. Shaved brussel sprouts, pomegranate and lentil salad

butternut bliss salad, flavours of autumn

2. Butternut bliss salad

barley onion recipe, flavours of autumn

3. Barley, onion and tomato soup

stuffed squah, flavours of autumn

4. Stuffed squash

pumpkin alfredo linguine

5. Pumpkin alfredo linguine

1. Shaved Brussel sprout, pomegranate and lentil salad –  just wait for brussels to come into season and it will be cheap to make as well as tasty. The sweetness that pops through from the pomegranate balances this dish perfectly.

Find the recipe on Golubka Kitchen

2. Butternut bliss fall salad – this is such a hearty salad, ‘ Spicy-sweet maple tofu cubes, hot from the stove, are tossed over top cool baby spinach greens. Savory peppered shiitake mushrooms mingle with tender, pan-wilted baby kale. Roasted butternut squash cubes, all caramelized and sweet, pair with crunchy walnuts and a sprinkling of sweet-tart, perky, dried cranberries. A green fan of luscious lemon-splashed avocado on the side. Maple-Apple dressing over top. Dive into these fall flavors and let salad bliss takeover…’  – Kathy Patalsky.

To make this recipe head over to Lunchbox bunch 

3. Barley, onion and tomato soup – a straight-forward filling soup that is great for using up the end of this season tomatoes.

The recipe is by Hugh Fearnley- Whittingstall and you can have a look at it here over on the Guardian website.

4. Baked acorn squash – filled with chestnuts, apple and leek these would work perfectly along side any sunday lunch this autumn/winter.

For the recipe click here

5. Pumpkin alfredo linguine – ‘ Creamy and rich pumpkin alfredo without the dairy! Soaked cashews blend up into a super smooth cream, which is mixed with pumpkin, rosemary, garlic, and warm fall spices.’ – Katie from Veggie and the Beast 

Find her recipe on her website Veggie and the Beast

So there we have it, my top 5 picks for the flavours of autumn. I don’t know about you but I can’t wait to get stuck into making these beautiful recipes.

What are you digging into this season?