The weather outside might be dreary (at least for us East Coasters), but that just means it's the perfect time to serve up warm and cozy fall dishes. Need some ideas? Our top 10 recipes of September are a great place to start.
From Rach's Timballo di Anelletti al Forno (our number one recipe this month), to her Creamy Orecchiette with Hot Sausage, Broccoli and Sun-Dried Tomatoes, we've got pasta-bilities galore. Plus, we've got two different twists on chicken pot pie to try: with a tater tot crust and in soup form.
Intrigued? We thought so! Check out all 10 recipes below.
"This pasta bake is a game changer for potlucks and the type of meal that inspires eaters-in-love to sign up with the cook for life," says Rach.
Watch her make it in the video above!
GET THE RECIPE: Put A Ring On It Pasta Bake: Timballo di Anelletti al Forno
Give a chicken pot pie a tater tot crust and you have a winner winner chicken dinner!
GET THE RECIPE: Chicken Tot Pie
If you're a fan of pasta with sausage and broccoli rabe, Rach's Creamy Orecchiette with Hot Sausage, Broccoli and Sun-Dried Tomatoes takes it to the next level.
A heaping salad made up of crisp, crunchy and flavorful antipasti is served atop a breaded chicken cutlet.
GET THE RECIPE: Buttermilk-Brined Southern Fried Chicken
Chicken pot pie in soup form means all the comfort food flavor minus the crust.
GET THE RECIPE: Chicken Pot Pie Soup
Mushrooms are sautéed and cooked down in marsala for the base of this creamy pasta sauce.
GET THE RECIPE: Spaghetti with Mushrooms, Marsala and Mascarpone
A sweet-savory, tangy twist on applesauce is delicious paired with pork chops.
GET THE RECIPE: Pork Chops with Honey, Herb, Dijon Applesauce
This quesadilla recipe is a mash-up of a classic club sandwich and Mexican grilled cheese with avocado (the "Cali" part).
GET THE RECIPE: Cali Club Quesadillas
Coconut milk gives this braised chicken dish a rich creaminess, while the rainbow of vegetables deliver big on fiber and nutrients.
GET THE RECIPE: Coconut Chicken with Spicy Peas and Potato
A cast-iron skillet is the secret to this Peach-Ginger Upside-Down Cake's gooey, caramelized top.
GET THE RECIPE: Peach-Ginger Upside-Down Cake