This week on #CookBlogShare I am sharing a round up of wonderful winter warming recipes perfect for colder days. Filling and totally delicious what more could you want. Plus you will find the linky for week 45.
Welcome to #CookBlogShare week 45. No news to report from behind the scenes of any importance this month so I shall get straight to the round up and linky.
As the end of the year approaches at a rate that is far to fast for my liking we have seen some amazing bakes linked up to #CookBlog share over the last month.
We food bloggers certainly have a sweet tooth and like to bake to warm ourselves up or cheer ourselves up with yummy desserts. Last week there were even more fabulous bakes and desserts linked up including this amazing 60 Gluten Free Pudding recipes and Flourless Desserts Recipe round up from The Gluten Free Alchemist. But as much as I like cakes and desserts (which is far too much for my waistline) this week I have chosen a savoury winter warmer theme for the round up.
4 Winter Warming Recipes
Quick Pan Aggie
From new blog on the block Feast Glorious Feast we have this Quick Pan Aggie. I had never heard of it either! Quick Pan Aggie Chloe’s version of the Humber twist on Panackelty (variously spelt Panaklty or Panaclty). Its a traditional northern dish of corned beef, potatoes, carrot and beef stock with added bacon. Check out my speedy version of an old frugal stalwart. It sounds like perfect comfort food for me just right for these colder evenings. If you haven’t had a chance to pop over to see Chloe’s new blog then do and show her some food bloggers love while you are there. The blog hangs on the premise of turning everyday dishes into feasts and is packed full of helpful tips and information.
Slow Cooked Chilli with Cornbread
A big pot of steaming hot chilli is ideal when you have a crowd to please. This Slow Cooked Chilli from Lou’s Kitchen Corners is simple and yet has lovely earthy, warm spicy tones. Lou has served it with Cornbread which makes a delicious change from rice.
Paprika and Sage Butter Roast Chicken
This roast chicken a second offering from Feast Glorious Feast would make a delicious winter Sunday roast.
Chicken and Potato Goulash
And finally, we have my own Chicken and Potato Goulash. Chicken goulash is quicker to make than traditional beef goulash. It tastes great and made with potatoes is economical too.