Here Are 9 Warming Winter Recipes To Comfort You Tonight

Get ready for a big hug in food form


This freezing weather has got us dreaming of hot pots, curries and other warming winter dishes...

I mean, it's pretty unfair that we don't get to hibernate (although we're getting close to cracking it), so we'll just have to settle for consuming all of the carbs to stay warm until warmer weather returns next spring.

So, here are nine great recipes to add to your repertoire for these dark winter months!

Super Easy 7 Ingredient Spicy Sausage Pasta

Carb-load to your heart's content with this brilliant dish which only uses seven ingredients.


Chicken Fried Cauliflower Rice

All the taste of a dirty fried rice dish with none of the carbs, once you try cauliflower rice you'll never go back!


Thai Stir-Fried Beef With Oyster Sauce

If you've got a cold that you can't shake, whip this up for dinner - the chillies will knock your sniffles into oblivion!


Blue Cheese Beef Burger With Potato Rosti

This recipe is perfect as a treat after a hard day's work - pair these delish homemade beef burgers with a few beers and you're laughing!

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Chilli Chicken Ramen

You know what's great in the winter? Soup. You know what's even better than soup in the winter? Soup with noodles and fuckloads of chilli in it. Sorted!

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Courgette Parmesan Pasta

Garlic-fuelled pasta that will have you absolutely stinking, but it'll be totally worth it (plus you'll be protected from vampires!).


Sizzling Beef Quesadillas

A taste of Mexico in the comfort of your own kitchen, make these alone though because you definitely won't want to share.


Zesty Monfish Spaghetti

This is a piss-easy way to cook fish, and it tastes absolutely delish!


Chicken Asparagus Stew

So much more than your average stew because it contains mozzerella and you're not being forced to eat it by your mammy.

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Fíodhna Horan Murphy

Fíodhna is deputy editor of Lovin Dublin and the Lovin Group. She's mad into music, gigs, cans by the canal and anything leopard print.