Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

Healthy Winter Recipes For a Crowd

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In the cold winter months I typically find myself craving hearty dishes like macaroni and cheese and a heaping bowl of chili. But, after a while, all I want is a healthy meal. Here are some great healthy recipes that utilize winter ingredients that you can share with your family and friends!

  1. Honey-Glazed Roasted Root Vegetables
  2. Celery Root with Apples Walnuts and Blue Cheese
  3. Roasted Beef with Oven-Roasted Tomato Salsa
  4. Potato-Leek Focaccia
  5. Curried-Chicken and Vegetable Pan Roast
  6. Sweet-and-Sour Catalan Spinach
  7. Beet Salad with Candied Marcona Almonds
  8. Gin-and-Orange-Juice-Braised Endives
  9. Potato Soup with Spicy Shrimp
  10. Smoked-Trout Salad with Avocado and Grapefruit
  11. Roasted Butternut Squash with Cilantro Cream
  12. Endive Salad with Persimmons and Hazelnuts
  13. Spiced Catfish with Avocado
  14. Black Bean Burgers
  15. Fresh Shell Bean Soup
  16. Spinach and Egg-Drop Pasta Soup
  17. Yogurt and Apricot Pie with Crunchy Granola Crust
  18. Beet-and-Blood-Orange Salad with Mint
  19. Root Vegetable, Pear and Chestnut Ragout
  20. Judith’s Dungeness Crab Cioppino
  21. Beet and Red Cabbage Borscht
  22. Persimmon-Goat Cheese Wedges
  23. Serrano Ham and Arugula Salad with Pomegranate Salsa
  24. Gingerbread with Pears
  25. Overnight Fennel and Jicama Pickles with Orange


Honey-Glazed Roasted Root Vegetables

The secret to this sweet, slightly tangy dish: the touch of sherry vinegar in the glaze.

Celery Root with Apples, Walnuts and Blue Cheese

This delicious winter salad combines all kinds of flavors and textures: crunchy, juicy, earthy, nutty and toasty.

Roast Beef with Oven-Roasted Tomato Salsa

Naomi Pomeroy’s roast beef browns beautifully because she adds sugar to the mustard-seed crust, which helps the meat caramelize. The salsa, made with roasted tomatoes, is a great, healthy sauce, though you can serve the beef with a drizzle of balsamic instead.

Potato-Leek Focaccia

Marco Flavio Marinucci splurges on a light brushing of California truffle oil, but this savory focaccia is just as delicious without it.

Curried-Chicken and Vegetable Pan Roast

“Chicken might be my overall favorite meat for feeding a crowd,” Kristin Kimball says. She sometimes roasts it with Indian spices she picks up on her biannual trips to Manhattan—like the curry in this one-pan recipe of yogurt-marinated chicken with butternut squash and brussels sprouts.

Sweet-and-Sour Catalan Spinach

This sweet-and-sour spinach side dish gets its satisfying flavor from the combination of honey and sherry vinegar that’s drizzled on top. It’s relatively light, which makes it a great addition to a hearty menu.

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