We are almost two-thirds through October and that means comfort foods continue to rule the roost, along with some season favorites. Let's check then out here!
🍞 Trending Breads
The Amish Cook's White Bread: This delicious, soft, fluffy bread is a recipe from the Amish Cook. Check it out here.
🥣 Trending Soups
Stuffed Green Pepper Soup: This is a delicious soup for the seasonal. Here is more about it: With the approach of cooler autumn weather, many Amish cooks turn their attention to seasonal soon. Amish Stuffed Green Pepper Soup is typical of what you'd find in an Amish kitchen, with late-season peppers being plentiful. Now, what is going to vary from kitchen to kitchen is how much "spice" to add. Smoked paprika, onion powder, and garlic powder are nice additions to this soup and I'll put them in the recipe below as optional, because you don't have to add those to still get a really nice soup. Click here for the soup.
🍲 Trending Amish Meals
Amish Pot Roast Meatloaf: A hearty favorite, perfect comfort food for these colder nights! Click here.
Amish Sirloin Steak: This is an amazing steak, here is more about the recipe:
Among the Amish, most have access to their own home-butchered supply of meat. So steaks and chops are in plentiful supply, usually, which means recipes for fixing those steaks can be real gems.
In fact, Gloria Yoder, who pens the Amish Cook column fixes her steaks by marinating sliced steaks in Italian dressing mixed with seasoning salt for 24 hours. Then wrap each steak with a slice of bacon. Then grrill both sides until no longer pink on the inside, approximately 10 – 15 minutes.
Delicious Ham Meatballs: Another comfort food classic. Check out the recipe here.
🎂 Trending Amish Desserts
Best-Ever Brown Sugar Frosting: You'll want to put this on every cake after you try it! Click here.
Cinnamon Cream Cheese Roll-Ups: These are addictive. Click here.
Autumn Squash Squares: Doesn't get much more seasonal than this! Read more:
Squash isn’t something I think a lot about. I know it’s a game of some sort, but I don’t think I’ve ever played it. Or, the more common way in which I think of squash is something that I eat. I know I have had roasted squash before and I ate it and liked it. There isn't much I don't eat and enjoy. Click here for the recipe!