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5 Hearty November Meat Dishes

November is a wonderful time of year. The leaves are changing colors, people are getting into the holiday spirit, and there is a chill in the air that makes you love curling up with a blanket and something hot to drink. No matter what your plans for November, you can’t go wrong with a nice warm meal. Here are five delicious, heartwarming dishes that will get you through the winter months no problem!

1) Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwich

A simple recipe that can be prepared before work and ready when you get home. Ingredients include a 2 1/2 to 3-pound beef top rump roast, 1 tablespoon vegetable oil, 3/4 cup water, 1 (0.87 ounce) envelope French or Golden Onion Soup Mix, and 6 to 8 sub buns.

2) Spaghetti & Meatballs

This is a simple Italian meal with little ingredients and minimal work. Allow plenty of time to make the meatballs ahead of time because they need to be cooked in the sauce before you mix them with the spaghetti. Also, it’s best serve this one day after cooking so that the flavors have time to blend together.

3) Chicken Pot Pie

This recipe must be cooked before baking it in the oven, but only takes half an hour once it’s ready to go into the oven. A simple dish that is perfect for a cold day. Ingredients include boneless, skinless chicken breasts, carrots (sliced or chopped), celery (sliced or chopped), onion (diced), butter, all-purpose flour, whole milk, salt and pepper.

4) Pork Chop & Scalloped Potatoes

Another simple dish ideal for a cold night. This time a pork chops are served with scalloped potatoes. Use any kind of pork chops you like, but be sure to budget time to cook the potatoes before baking them in the oven. Also try cooking the pork chops first and then putting them into the oven later so that they don’t dry out while waiting for the potatoes to finish cooking.

5) Beef Stew

This recipe has a long cooking time but requires little work. Simply put it in the oven and forget about it until dinnertime. Perfect for busy people who also don’t like to use their stove too much. Ingredients include, chuck roast, russet potatoes, carrots, onion, garlic cloves, all-purpose flour, tomato paste, beef broth (or water), Worcestershire sauce and fresh thyme.

If you’re not sure what to cook for dinner this month why not try one of these five hearty meat dishes? You’ll be cozy and satisfied before you know it! Order your meats now here and get cooking.

Angelica Sirotin