Winter Comfort Food Recipes

Because you’ve gotta get food on the table. From soup to pasta, we've got all the yummy meals your family will want to eat.


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Moo Shu Pork Noodles

Moo Shu Pork Noodles in bowl with wooden spoon

Photo by Johnny Miller

Photo by Johnny Miller

3 moo shu twists

  • Sub in broccoli slaw for the cabbage.
  • Make it gluten-free: Opt for oyster sauce instead of hoisin, and toss pork and veggie mixture with rice noodles.
  • Add some crunch—stir in drained and chopped water chestnuts when you add the sauce. 
Makes 6

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Curried Lentil Soup

curried lentil soup in bowls on wooden counter top

Photo by Johnny Miller

Photo by Johnny Miller

Tip: For an even brighter golden color (plus an inflammation-fighting boost), add 2 tsp ground turmeric to your soup. 

Makes 6

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Baked Rigatoni and Meatballs

Baked Rigatoni and Meatballs in white pan on stove

Photo by Johnny Miller

Photo by Johnny Miller

Rigatoni not your family’s jam? Try one of these awesome swaps. We switched up the proteins and sauces too!

  • Medium shells + pesto + heavy cream + medium peeled shrimp
  • Orecchiette + sliced cooked sausage + roasted red peppers + marinara sauce
  • Bow ties + shredded chicken + roasted garlic + Alfredo sauce 
Makes 6

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Chicken Piccata

Chicken Piccata with mashed potatoes and green beans

Photo by Johnny Miller

Photo by Johnny Miller

Makes 4

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Stuffed Flank Steak

Stuffed Flank Steak with sweet potato fries

Photo by Johnny Miller

Photo by Johnny Miller

Make it work!

If you don’t have cotton twine for tying up the steak, use 2 skewers to hold the roll shut. 

Skip the sweet potato wedges and sub in a bag of frozen sweet potato fries. Keep in mind: They’ll cook faster than the steak. 

If you won’t have enough time after work to prep the stuffing and roll up the steak, you can make it a day ahead and refrigerate it (well wrapped) overnight. Add 15 to 20 min to roasting time. 

Instead of rolling up the flank steak, buy a large sirloin steak and cut a pocket in the meat. Fill with as much stuffing as you can and secure opening with toothpicks or skewers. Season with salt and pepper and roast as per recipe. 

Makes 6