7 x recipes for the first autumn week

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Thinking about what to eat every week can be quite a challenge. To ensure that you do not put the same dishes on the table every week, we are happy to inspire you with handy weekly menus. This week we focus on the first week of autumn. Because you know what they say: summer has the fruit, autumn has the vegetables!

And that translates into many tasty recipes with seasonal delicacies.

Need more inspiration? View all weekly menus

Oh, and are you preparing one of these recipes next week? Take a picture of it, share it on your stories (or your Insta-grid) with #culyhomemade  and  @culynl  and we’ll share your picture via our  Instagram account !


This chickpea and chestnut soup may not have the prettiest color, but  ugly delicious  is the new culinary black (just ask  David Chang ), so what could it be? And chickpeas and chestnuts happen to be a very tasty combination. A simple recipe with a surprising result!

Soup with chickpeas and chestnuts

> To the recipe:  Culy Homemade: soup with chickpeas and chestnuts


We are big fans of beets at Culy, if only because of their amazing colour. We finished this beet stew with ricotta and dukkah . With all those colors the dish looks quite impressive, but in fact it is just wonderfully simple.

Beet stew with ricotta and dukkah

> To the recipe:  Culy Homemade: beet stew with ricotta from the oven and dukkah


You only use your oven for this easy Arabic chicken casserole with sumac, cinnamon and roasted carrots. So you can leave your stove alone for once. We are fans of such simple (and tasty!) recipes.

Arabic chicken casserole

> To the recipe:  Culy Homemade: Arabic chicken casserole with roasted carrots


Our answer to an autumn pizza? That will be a pizza with pumpkin, Burrata, balsamic onions and thyme: an incredibly tasty combination.

pizza with pumpkin, burrata and balsamic onions

> To the recipe:  Culy Homemade: autumn pizza with pumpkin, Burrata, balsamic onions and thyme


When Culy’s Winnie recently tasted a pasta with duck ragu in Italy, she almost called her mother to tell her how good it was. Pasta con ragu all’Anatra, the dish is called in Italian. Perhaps a little less established with us, secretly perhaps even tastier than a bolognese.

pasta with duck ragu

> To the recipe:  Culy Homemade: pasta con ragu all’Anatra (pasta with duck ragu)


It was Ronald Giphart who once whispered to us that he sometimes makes popcorn schnitzels. That’s right: cutlets with a jacket of crushed popcorn. We thought that idea sounded so brilliant (and wonderful), that we ran with it. Delicious with a creamy polenta and quick corn salsa.

Popcorn schnitzels with polenta

> To the recipe:  Culy Homemade: popcorn schnitzels with polenta and corn salsa


That’s a brilliant find: a brunch bao. Steamed buns are topped with a lick of hoisin sauce, crispy fried bacon and a wafer-thin omelet. So Bao for breakfast! Perfect for a lazy Sunday.

brunch bao

> To the recipe:  Culy Homemade: brunch bao with bacon, egg and hoisin sauce

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