This time of year, many of us head to the kitchen to cook up some fall flavours. Although our favourite soups and stews can bring us great comfort, fall produce offers so much more inspiration. We’ve rounded up 7 recipes that use some of your market produce in new, unique ways that you may have never tried before!
Sweet Potato Toast with Bacon, Egg and Cheese
We know that sweet potatoes are super versatile, but they are rarely used for their elongated shape to replace bread. This recipe uses your market eggs, cheese, and bacon as well for a hearty breakfast or snack! Get the recipe for Sweet Potato Toast With Bacon, Egg and Cheese here from The Food Network.
Drunken Pear Gingerbread
Pears have so many wonderful flavour *pearings* including all the wonderful warming spices used in fall cooking. We love the way this recipe uses the whole pear to add a wonderful booze-y note and striking look to this cake. Get the recipe for Drunken Pear Gingerbread here by Broma Bakery.
Sticky Sesame Cauliflower Bites
Cauliflower has become quite the food chameleon in recent years being used as rice, pizza crusts, or even chicken wings! We love this variation that is sure to replace for favourite takeout. Get the recipe for Sticky Sesame Cauliflower Bites here by Diethood.
Fall Pomegranate Salad
This salad recipe uses a boat load of fall produce to capture a variety of flavours, textures and colours all in one bite! Get the recipe for Pomegranate Salad here by Love and Lemons.
Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Jammy Eggs
Pair these expertly roasted, crispy and golden brown brussels sprouts with the perfect jammy egg for a textural masterpiece! Get the recipe for Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Jammy Eggs here by Naturally Ella.
Kimchi Braised Chicken with Bacon
If you’ve never braised with your market kimchi, you’re about to reach a whole new love of fermentation appreciation! Get the recipe for Kimchi Braised Chicken with Bacon here by Bon Appetit.
Hasselback Butternut Squash
This Autumn showstopper is easier than it looks, and couldn’t be a more delicious way to enjoy the flavours of the season! Get the recipe for Hasselback Butternut Squash here by Half Baked Harvest.