4 Delicious Fall Recipes Plus #CookBlogShare #38

4 Delicious Fall Recipes Plus #CookBlogShare #38

September 17, 2019

Today I’m sharing with you 4 amazing fall recipes. Three main dishes and one cute and delicious dessert.

Welcome to #CookBlogShare #38! I’m so excited to be hosting this weekly link party where we share recipes and comment on each other’s cooking creations. If you’ve got a recipe this is the perfect place for you to share!

Next week, #CookBlogShare will be hosted by easypeasyfoodie.com 

4 Delicious Fall Recipes

It’s starting to cool down a bit here in Kentucky, and all I can think about is homey, hearty comfort food.

So, for today I chose 3 savory dishes that work great for midweek dinner and a delicious cupcake for dessert.

Sabut Masoor Daal (Whole Red Lentils)

Lentils are a great source of protein, fiber, carbohydrates, and minerals. Come over to Simple Gluten-Free Kitchen where Neetu shares how to make this simple and delicious dish made with Daal (lentils) an everyday food for the majority of Indians. Such a comforting dish!

white bowl with lentils

Baked Marrow with Leftover Curry

Chicken curry is a favorite at home, especially leftover curry. The flavors get better overnight. Corina at Searching for Spice shows us how to use leftover curry and pair it with marrow. Great for a quick midweek meal.

stuffed baked marrow filled with curry

Easy Spanish Chicken Stew

This stew features delicious Spanish flavors like garlic, smoked paprika, and olives. Eb, from Easy Peasy Foody shares how to make this in only 30 minutes, and all in one pan. Grab some bread!

big pot with chicken stew

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

The perfect treat for this fall! Cute and full of flavor. Lou from Crumbs & Corkscrews shares these adorable cupcakes and if you can’t get ahold of pumpkin spice, she has you covered! Get ready to bake!

A pumpkin spice cupcake with orange buttercream and green sugar decorations

#CookBlogShare Week #38

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4 Delicious Fall Recipes Plus #CookBlogShare #38
4 Delicious Fall Recipes Plus #CookBlogShare #38

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  1. Hi Lizet, welcome to #cookblogshare! What a fabulous fall roundup of recipes; it’s that time for warm and comfort. I’m loving all the recipes, but will be giving Eb’s stew a go this weekend. Thank you for sharing my cupcakes. I’m looking forward to reading more on your blog, now that I’ve found you 🙂

  2. Great roundup and welcome to #CookBlogShare! Thanks for hosting this week. I’m loving all things fall at the moment and I must say those pumpkin spice cupcakes have my name on them! Cheers, Michelle

  3. I am really enjoying the switch to more comfort food kind of dishes now that it’s a little cooler so I’d love all these recipes. Thanks so much for including my stuffed marrow and for hosting as well!

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