Winter warmers

(4 Posts)
Littlebee76 Sat 08-Oct-16 23:21:29

So I do my regular round of winter warmers which include cottage pie, stew, lasagne, curries.. all of which I do very healthily.
Can anyone recommend a good winter warmer (prefer one dish) meal that I can do and freeze/ reheat?

Blondie1984 Sun 09-Oct-16 00:03:02

I really like tagines for this - you can make so many different variations and they normally actually taste better when reheated - this is one of my favourite ones www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipe/fish-tagine-saffron-almonds - although i confess I've never done the almond bit

KanyesVest Sun 09-Oct-16 00:28:53

I do a chicken stew. Works best with a whole chicken or legs, but I just chuck it in a pot with any combo of sweet potato, butternut squash, leeks, mushrooms, carrots and courgette with stock, herbs, balsamic vinegar and worstershire sauce and let it cook. When it's done, pick out the bones and serve with lovely rolls. It freezes really well (goes all mushy and soupy) and tastes lush the next day.

Cookingongas Sun 09-Oct-16 09:25:28

www.rivercottage.net/recipes/north-african-squash-and-chickpea-stew
This squash and chickpea stew gets rolled out every autumn in my house. It's delicious!

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