So one of the first things I put on my wedding registry, 10 years ago, was a Martha Stewart dutch oven. You may or may not be able to tell that I’m a big Martha fan. Yep, major fangirl here. She’s been my #1 go-to for recipes, decor, inspiration, basically anything for at least the last 15 years. Some may not like her, but I don’t care. She can do anything, and I would love to be able to be like that too! But I digress… What I was trying to say was that I got this dutch oven about 10 years ago and I’ve maybe used it 3-4x. So after making stuffed peppers in it the other day, I figured it would be fun roundup a few more dutch oven recipes to try.
Italian Wedding Soup
I’ve honestly never made Italian Wedding Soup before, but it sounds delicious for spring evenings where there’s a bit of a chill. This recipe from The Kitchn cooked in the dutch oven should be a good one to check out!
I haven’t ever made bread at my home and haven’t made bread since we took a class at Conner Prairie to make it in the 1800s oven which was super fun. I’ve been watching everyone make bread lately and this recipe has me intrigued. I think we’d all enjoy some nice warm bread these days.
via The KitchnWe don’t often make lasagna at our house because it just feels very involved, but with everything being in one pot, I think I could handle this One Pot Lasagna recipe from Pinch of Yum,
Creamy Chicken and Rice
A simple concept, this Chicken & Rice recipe From Natasha’s Kitchen would be sure to please everyone in my family. Everyone likes chicken. Everyone likes rice. Check. Can’t wait to try this one!
This recipe from Fresh Off The Grid is one I’m hoping to try because my 8 year old has finally started to eat enchiladas at home. They look really good!
Chicken Noodle Soup
A tried and true classic recipe to take on would be chicken noodle soup. Another good one for chilly spring days and nights where you just want something warm to eat. This one from Cooking Classy looks easy enough!
Feeling a little Baby Boom-ish?! This one takes me straight to wanting to feel like Diane Keaton in that movie! If you haven’t seen it, it’s a classic. Just like this classic applesauce recipe from Ina Garten which will make you feel like you can start to make your own baby foods too!
I don’t think we’ve ever eaten goulash before, but why not try new things when we have nothing else to do! This recipe comes from Amanda’s Cooking and we’ll see how the kids respond to this but it looks delicious!
Taste of Home always has tried and true recipes that won’t fail you in the taste department. This Shepherd’s Breakfast for the dutch oven is sure to be a loved one. Even the kids will enjoy the hash browns and eggs!
And lastly for my dessert and dough lovers… Cinnamon Rolls! This one might be headed straight to the top of the list because all I seem to eat these days are carbs! This recipe from The Farmgirl’s Kitchen looks amazing!