Welcome to Kelly’s Kitchen. With Thanksgiving slightly in the rearview mirror, today I want to share 6 recipes from my Sunday Suppers Series on Djalali Cooks. Sunday Suppers are easy (often one-pan) recipes that are perfect for Sundays, when you want to put together something flavorful and satisfying, but maybe don’t want to work too hard for it. It’s 6 Sunday Supper Recipes Perfect for Fall.
If you're interested in making any or all, just follow the links for the full recipe card.
Kelly is sharing 6 Sunday Supper Recipes Perfect For Fall.
You can get the full recipe card for a dish by clicking the link at the end of each section
I have really been enjoying fall dinners this week. Today’s One Pan Miso Chicken is another example, though this recipe is quicker and is an easy go-to for a super savory, healthy, one pan weeknight dinner. Miso is fermented soybean paste. It’s a Japanese seasoning used for everything from seasoning soup broth to protein and veggies. Miso is umami-packed and gives a wonderful savory flavor to anything you season with it. Let’s get right to it!
Today’s recipe is so perfect for Fall. With cooler temperatures outside, staying cozy and warm inside with the aroma of a roast cooking away in the oven is so comforting. I especially love a roast like this Pork Loin Roast with Mushrooms because the mushrooms are just as much a part of the dish as the pork loin. And the sauce we will make from the braising liquid is rich and delicious; with white wine and the aroma of oranges, it makes this Pork Loin Roast with Mushrooms an unforgettable meal. Let’s get right to it!
Today’s recipe has Moroccan flavors; beautifully fresh and fragrant turmeric and orange. This recipe for the chicken comes from the NYT Cooking site. I have added another component to finish the dish: rice and raisins are added to the sauce after the chicken is cooked. The rice soaks up the sauce and gets a little crispy before it’s topped with pistachios, fresh mint and parsley. Let’s make this Orange Turmeric Chicken with Rice!
Today I have a simple sheet pan recipe for you: Sheet Pan Prosciutto Wrapped Cod and Veggies. This recipe is super simple; you can choose your favorite white fish for this, and we are using salty, cured prosciutto as a kind of seasoning – wrapping the mild fish in the prosciutto to give it a flavor boost and another layer of texture. Underneath the fish, we have green beans, oil-cured black olives and baby red potatoes. Are you ready? Let’s do it!
Today I have a super flavorful preparation for bone-in pork chops with fresh, colorful veggies. As far as sheet pan dinners go, this is one of my favorites so far. The pork chops are marinated with a cumin-based dry rub that imparts such a rich flavor. In order to let the pork chops shine, we are seasoning the veggies simply, with salt, pepper and thyme; they keep their fresh flavors and slightly crisp texture to make this dish really interesting and satisfying. Are you ready? It’s Sheet Pan Cumin Pork Chops and Veggies.
Today’s recipe ticks all the boxes in terms of flavor; it’s super easy and quick to prepare, too. Coconut Braised Collards with Butter Baked Tilapia is a well-rounded meal (hello nutrient-rich collard greens!); richly flavored with smooth coconut milk, the tender braised collard greens are a perfect match for the buttery, savory flavor of the herbed, spiced Tilapia. Let’s get right to it!
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