5 Hearty Dishes That Are Perfect For Fall

Once the days start getting shorter and the temperature starts dropping, it's time to start cooking foods that will keep you warm, both inside and out. Everyone has their go-to fall recipes, like creamy soups and baked mac & cheese, but there are so many amazing cold weather dishes still out there, just waiting to be discovered. From hearty stuffed cabbage to a cheesy tartiflette casserole, we've got some serious comfort foods that will keep you cozier than ever this fall!

1. Bacon Cauliflower Meatballs

Cauliflower is a total superstar when it comes to all the health trends currently on everyone's radar, and it's especially beloved by anyone trying to eat more low-carb and low-fat meals. And that's because cauliflower is not only delicious and versatile, but it also makes the perfect substitute for starchy ingredients like rice, bread, and potatoes. Throw that together with bacon, meatballs, and a creamy cheese sauce, and you've got yourself quite the dish!

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Bacon Cauliflower Meatballs

2. Danish Filet Steaks

You can never go wrong with succulent pork steaks. A mouthwatering example from Denmark involves serving the tender steaks with an exquisite mustard sauce, fresh mushrooms, and crispy roast potatoes — that's certainly enough to get any meat lover excited! As you'll see, those Danes certainly know how to do more than just rødgrød, smørrebrød, and kanelsnegle!

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Danish Filet Steaks

3. Stuffed Cabbage

Cabbage is usually chopped up and added to recipes like coleslaw and soup as a side ingredient, but have you ever seen a whole head of cabbage stuffed with ground beef and served with a tasty sauce made from root vegetables and red wine? Hold on to your hats ladies and gentlemen, because you're in for a one-of-a-kind treat!

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Stuffed Cabbage

4. Brussels Sprouts Pork Wellington

Legend has it that the Duke of Wellington, after emerging victorious against Napoleon in the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, returned to England a hero. His kitchen staff still felt that the occasion called for something special, and so beef Wellington was created in his honor. And while we love a history lesson and cherish the traditional recipe for beef Wellington, sometimes you have to try something new and a little different. This recipe, which swaps out the beef for bacon-wrapped pork and adds in some Brussels sprouts for extra flavor, is definitely a step up!

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Brussels Sprouts Pork Wellington

5. Cheesy Tartiflette Casserole

What's so special about a tartiflette casserole is that it doesn't skimp on the cheese – in fact, it gets topped with entire wheels of cheese! Of course, there are countless different ways to make a tartiflette casserole, but we think we've created the ultimate one. For this tartiflette, potatoes are hollowed out before being filled with mustard, baby dill pickles, and bacon. Then they're topped with a layer of sautéed bell peppers and onions, a layer of crème fraîche, and then finally, those camembert wheels. It's cheese lover's dream come true!

Get the recipe for the Cheesy Tartiflette Casserole.

Cheesy Tartiflette Casserole

Having trouble deciding which of these delicious meals to try first? Well, luckily the season has just begun – plus, these dishes all make great winter meals, too!


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