Recipes That Will Get You Ready For Fall

A pan of piping hot vegetable lasagna

September is a great month for those who equally love summer and fall. It is still warm enough to enjoy the outdoors but can get chilly enough to relax by the fire. September is a fantastic month for those who like to cook as well. If you love both fall and summer and enjoy the types of food these seasons bring, check out these recipes to make this month. From homemade popsicles to warm homemade lasagna, you will be excited to start cooking this month!

Hot Dogs With Cheddar And Sauteed Apples

You are probably thinking hot dogs with cheese and sauteed apples can not possibly pair well together. We are here to tell you, don’t knock it until you’ve tried it! All you will need for this recipe is some butter, Granny Smith apples, brown sugar, cinnamon, hot dogs, pretzel rolls, and sharp cheddar cheese. This will be the most gourmet hot dog you have ever tried.

Grandma’s Lasagna

There is something wonderful about warm tomato sauce, chunky meat, shredded mozzarella, and ricotta cheese baked together between warm noodles. This is the ultimate comfort food on a summer or fall day. If you are a sucker for Italian comfort food, you must try this recipe.

Tea-Smoked Roast Chickens

You can’t go wrong with making a warm, juicy chicken with scallion-ginger sauce. Your friends and family will feel like they are at a 5-star restaurant when you make this delicious recipe. Don’t let the ingredients and cook time turn you away. We promise you it is worth it!

Fresh Shell Bean Stew

Enjoy this stew made with fresh beans, herbs, and spice. If you are a sucker for a hearty stew, this is the recipe for you! Onions, carrots, garlic, peppers, and cranberry beans come together in one bowl to make the most delicious meal.

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Pork Chops with Three-Apple Slaw

Pork chops go great with any side. You can have vegetables, potatoes, or salad. But have you ever tried pork chops with apple slaw? Yes, that’s right. Apple slaw! Instead of cabbage, you have a mix of sweet and tart apples. The sweet and tart apples go great with the homemade slaw sauce and cooked pork chops. This is a quick and satisfying meal everyone will enjoy.

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