Delectable Autumn Entrées for Braising Food


This autumn, give your guests delicious dishes that are fall-off-the-bone good with these tempting recipes that add some zing to braising food! Below are a few of our favorite picks to make this season unforgettable.

Creamy Chicken With Braised Leeks & Carrots

Your guests will remember this savory Creamy Chicken with Braised Leeks and Carrots recipe from Drizzle & Dip. Loaded with thyme, citrus, and rosemary flavors, it's a versatile entrée that works for casual and more formal dining. By braising the leeks and carrots first and then adding them to the rest of the dish and slow cooking it, you'll love the reward of perfectly combined flavors with no sticking.

Braised Beef Short Ribs in Red Wine Sauce

Slow-cooked beef that melts in your mouth with an amazingly satisfying sauce? Yes, please! The Braised Beef Short Ribs in Red Wine Sauce from RecipeTinEats brings out the best in braising food with tender meat and a mouth-watering caramelized sauce. This recipe also works well with pot roast, brisket, beef osso buco, and chuck beef. Additionally, it can easily be converted to a non-alcoholic version with beef broth and Worcestershire sauce.

Cider-Braised Pork Shoulder with Apples

The taste of fall is braised right into this Cider-Braised Pork Shoulder with Apples dish from Savor the Best. With apple cider, sautéed apples, and fresh thyme, this meal easily conjures up the magic of hayrides and breezy Autumn days as your guests dine. To make the most of this dish, you'll want to use bone-in pork shoulder and apples that retain their shape during cooking, such as Golden Delicious, Mutsu, Pink lady, and Honeycrisp.

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