As the weather cools, there's nothing more satisfying than tucking in to a big bowl of a hearty stew or casserole. There's just something so warming and comforting about these slow-cooked classics that we can't get enough of! Here, we've pulled together our best beef recipes for those cold, raining Winter days. There's everything from our simple beef stew to a filling beef casserole with cheesy herb dumplings. Rug up and dig in!
With a classic, paprika-spiced chicken goulash that's made even more comforting with a side of creamy potato mash and toasted bread, this hearty Hungarian dish will become a winter favourite in no time!
A comforting stew makes the perfect family dinner as the weather starts to cool but if you're not quite ready for heavy meat dishes, these delicious seafood recipes are the solution. With all manner of fish, shellfish and vegetables simmered in light and flavoursome broths, our easy stews and casseroles are the ideal meal come Autumn and Winter. There's everything from a traditional French bouillabaisse to Italian-style stews.
When the weather cools down, we naturally turn to heartier, more comforting food. At the top of our list? A warming winter stew or casserole. These slow-cooker favourites are as nourishing as they are tasty and make the perfect family dinner idea. Here, we've pulled together our best meat-free dishes, from mouth-watering Moroccan chickpea stews to recipes for delicious dumpling casseroles. Dig in!
It may be a bit tricky to pick but trust us when we say that Irish cuisine is comfort food at its very best. With melt-in-your mouth beef and lamb dishes, beautiful breads and rich cakes, you're sure to be in for a warming, hearty and nourishing meal every time. And this wouldn't be an Irish recipe collection without Ireland's most famous brew! Try our Guinness-marinated rump steak or beef and Guinness pies for dinner and then finish off with a traditional Irish coffee for dessert.
This hearty and warming seafood stew recipe from The Australian Women's Weekly's 'The Sustainable Cookbook' uses squid, prawns, mussels, pipis and octopus; all of which are considered 'better choices' in the sustainable seafood guide.