10 Must-Try Autumn Recipes

Warm up on those chilly autumn evenings with a bite or a bowl of one of our favourite autumnal chef recipes.

1 Madeline Shaw’s soup with blackberry and basil sauce


The perfect choice for a filling autumnal lunch, Madeline Shaw’s delicious sweet potato soup with blackberry and basil sauce makes a speedy meal that’s simply ‘soup’erb.

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2 David Gillott’s venison carpaccio


Ideal for dinner parties, David Gillott, Head Chef of The Four Gables, has created a venison carpaccio that combines the classic flavourings of venison with an exciting duo of juniper berries and mustard. 

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3 Riverford’s squash and black bean chilli 

Riverford - Autumn Winter Cookbook (19th - 20th August 2015)

This colourful vegetarian meal makes the perfect hearty dish. To make Riverford’s squash and black bean chilli, either stuff a whole squash with the chilli, or dice and roast the squash and add it to the chilli.

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4 Milly Cookbook’s Swedish potato waffles


Channel your inner hygge with these simple potato waffles, decked with traditional creme fraiche, onion, roe and dill. If you don’t have a waffle machine, simply turn the mix into patties and cook in a frying pan.

Find the recipe here. 

5 Ashburton Cookery School’s wild mushroom risotto 


The classic risotto is given extra depth of flavour with earthy wild mushrooms and sweet bursts of pear.

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6 Marcello Tully’s pear and walnut tarte tatin


Try Marcello Tully’s easy tarte tatin for a pear-packed treat. This recipe replaces traditional apples with fresh pears and crunchy walnuts for a refreshing take on the French classic. With the combination of sticky caramel and flaky puff pastry, it’s guaranteed to please at any dinner table.

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7 Searcys’ toad in the hole

Toad in the hole

Searcys has crafted its own sausage using a recipe from Mrs Beeton – using 80% British freedom food pork.  Bacon and porter jam takes this familiar much-loved dish to a new level of comfort and taste.

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8 Louise Robinson’s spiced roast plum and almond french toast


For your usual morning toast for this delicious autumnal breakfast. Spiced, roasted plums sit atop perfectly caramelised French toast for an indulgently rich breakfast.

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9 Miriam González Durántez’s chicken with apple

MADE IN SPAIN by Miriam González Durántez. Hodder & Stoughton Publishers 2016

Miriam González Durántez’s chicken with apple requires only eight steps to create an utterly sumptuous supper.

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10 Tom Kerridge’s lamb shank hot pot

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Not only delicious, Tom Kerridge’s bubbling lamb shank hot pot is full of nutritional goodness too.

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