Our Favorite Hearty Winter Recipes

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Our Favorite Hearty Winter Recipes - Rumi Spice

Keep cozy this winter with food that warms you inside and out. We’ve compiled our favorite warming recipes to try this frosty season that are so filling you won’t even notice the cold.

#1 Instant Pot Risotto Milanese

There's something about saffron, cheese, and butter when combined that make any dish magical. And magical is exactly what this recipe is. Cheesy and vibrant in color, our Instant Pot Risotto Milanese is perfect for a warm winter dinner. 

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#2 Coconut Curry Vegetable Soup

Soups are not only delicious but they warm the heart and soul. Full of comfort and taste, a bowl of our Coconut Curry Vegetable Soup will have you feeling nice and toasty. Inspired by the flavors of Thai cuisine, it is packed with flavor.

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#3 Cumin Spiced Shepherd’s Pie

Add a middle eastern flair to a classic shepherd’s pie with our recipe for Cumin Spiced Shepherd’s Pie. Both hearty and savory, this dish combines potatoes, lamb, and cumin in an exquisite way.

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#4 Saffron Almond Milk (Kesar Badam Doodh)

A traditional Indian beverage, Kesar Badam Doodh (which translates to Saffron Almond Milk from Hindi) is a delicious golden milk that is served during Hindu weddings and celebrations. Served warm and frothy, this lightly-sweet milk concoction will make you feel nice and cozy during the winter season.

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#5 Spinach-Lentil Soup with Saffron & Manchego

Boost your energy, iron, and protein levels with this healthy and hearty dish. This recipe marries together spinach, lentils, saffron, and manchego cheese for a combination of flavors that is out of this world!

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#6 Roasted Pear and Delicata Squash Soup

Our idea of the perfect “pear”. A Roasted Pear and Delicata Squash Soup crafted with our Kabul Spice Blend serving up a delicate balance of sweet and savory with a hint of spice.

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#7 Mulled Wine

Mulled wine isn’t just for the holidays! Keep warm all winter long with a mug of this piping hot beverage. Made with Rumi Mulling Spice, brown sugar, rum, wine, raisins, and almonds there’s a reason why it is such a holiday favorite.

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Try these hearty recipes this winter we are sure you will be ready (and willing!) to face the cold.

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