Seasonal Autumn Ingredients

Autumn has officially arrived in the northern hemisphere. To celebrate, let’s have a look at some seasonal Autumn ingredients!

Squash

Squash is everywhere in Autumn cooking, especially butternut squash, kabocha, and pumpkins. Pumpkins are usually used in sweet recipes such as pumpkin pie, but most other squashes are used in a variety of savory dishes. These meals can be as simple as pan roasted kabocha squash, and as decadent as curried butternut squash soup.

Chestnuts

There is nothing quite like biting into a hot roasted chestnut on a chilly Autumn evening. These nuts can be gathered directly from the tree or bought in bags from the grocery store, then used in a huge range of Autumn cooking. Chestnut desserts like cakes and crepes are especially popular, but we recommend trying them in savory recipes like this chestnut stuffing.

Persimmon

Every Autumn, we are gifted with sweet, plump persimmons. There are actually several varieties of this fruit, each with its own unique but delicious flavor. They are a joy to eat raw, but you can also use them in your home cooking. Persimmon salad is absolutely wonderful, as is persimmon bread.

Mushrooms

If you’ve ever been in a forest in Autumn, you’ve probably noticed mushrooms springing up from the moist soil. Not all of these are edible, so please don’t pick any wild mushrooms without consulting an expert. Instead, try picking up shiitake, portobello, or chanterelle mushrooms at the grocery store and use them in one of these tasty mushroom recipes.

Pomegranate

Autumn marks the art of pomegranate season. The juicy beads inside this fruit resemble rubies, and they taste wonderfully tangy. It can be tricky to remove them, but once you get the hang of it, there are plenty of awesome pomegranate recipes waiting for you to try, such as pomegranate couscous and roasted brussels sprouts with pomegranates and hazelnuts.

What are your favorite Autumn ingredients? Which ones would you like to try? Let us know!

Here at WN Foods, we co-pack high quality sauces, cooked with the finest ingredients. If you would like us to manufacture your sauce recipe, or if you would like our food science team to help you develop your own sauce, please contact us at (510) 487-8877 or wingnienfoods@gmail.com.

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WN Foods is an experienced private label manufacturer and co-packer of tantalizing sauces, dressings, and marinades, with more than 70 years of history in the food industry. Throughout the years, our focus on quality and consistency has earned high praises from clients, consumers, and inspection agencies alike. In addition, our renowned product development abilities combined with our excellent customer care have created strong bonding and trusted partnership with our clients. Since 1942, WN Foods has been there to provide quality services for your private label sauce manufacturing and co-packing needs. We create new exclusive recipes, modify stock formulations and commercialize recipes to production scale. Together, we can bring your concepts and products into a success! Our manufacturing process blends the old fashioned goodness of traditional and authentic ingredients with state of the art packaging and automation to deliver the high quality consistency and modern convenience so appreciated by today's consumer. We have been producing various successful products in retail, foodservice, institutional, and industrial markets. Whether you are looking for All Natural, Non-GMO, Organic, or just plain good sauces to spice up the consumer's appetite or your business profit, WN Foods may just be the key to your quest.

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