We may find ourselves in the heart of winter, but that’s no reason to stay cold. Whether you warm up with a workout or a mug of your favorite tea, here are five winter recipes to help keep you warm this winter season.
Winter Recipe #1: Lamb Kofta with Rumi Spice Afghan Curry Braise
Winter is all about comfort food and some of the best comfort foods are rich and hearty dishes like homemade casseroles, a plate of chicken and rice or this Lamb Kofta. Made with a blend of beef and lamb then topped with a savory tomato sauce and fresh herbs like cilantro or parsley, this recipe will leave your stomach feeling satisfied on the coldest of winter nights.
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Winter Recipe #2: Easy Saffron Rice
Whether you are new to cooking with saffron or are a top chef, this recipe for Easy Saffron Rice is so simple it can be enjoyed any night of the week. The best part of this recipe is that it pairs well with any dish including fish, chicken, beef, pork or roasted vegetables.
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Winter Recipe #3: Roasted Pear and Delicata Squash Soup
Winter is the ideal season for homemade soups and stews like this recipe for Roasted Pear and Delicata Soup. Made with Delicata Squash and your favorite type of pear, this soup recipe “pears” perfectly with a winter vegetable salad or a hearty handcrafted sandwich. Remember to cook up some extras so you enjoy leftovers for lunch or freeze some extra servings to enjoy at a later date.
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Can’t get enough winter soup? Try this recipe for Spinach-Lentil Soup with Saffron and Manchego.
Winter Recipe #4: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork with Rumi Paella Spice Blend
Winter is all about comfort food and some of the best comfort foods are rich and hearty dishes like soups, stews and slow cooker meals like this recipe for Slow Cooker Pulled Pork. Infused with flavors like apple cider, beer and maple syrup, this savory dish will have you lining up for seconds.
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Winter Recipe #5: Mulled Wine
Mulled wine isn’t just for the holiday months of November and December. Mulled wine can be enjoyed during the coldest of winter months, including January and February. Keep cooking simple by incorporating our Traditional Mulling Spice Blend comprised of warming winter spices like allspice, black pepper, cardamom, ceylon cinnamon, clove, coriander, ginger, mace, orange peel and Rumi saffron. Cheers!
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No matter how you stay warm this winter, remember to refer to these five winter recipes. Your stomach will thank you!
Remember to tag us @Rumi_Spice so we can see all of your winter culinary creations. Happy cooking everyone!
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