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30 Easy Dinner Recipes for September

See what's on the menu this month with yummy fall recipes to start off the season!

By: Jamie Garcia, Editor, RecipeLion.com
30 Easy Dinner Recipes for September

When the seasons change, so should your meal planning. Using fresh, seasonal produce is a great way to embrace any new season to its fullest. With our collection, 30 Easy Dinner Recipes for September, you'll find an array of dinner ideas for you and your family to try.

This lovely fall recipe collection includes many vegetables and creative ways to use seasonal fall produce in pasta, casseroles, salads, soups, and other sides and main dishes. Since these ingredients will be in season in September, you should be able to easily find these ingredients at the store or market. With these recipes, you also have a great way to prepare them!

For those of you who tend to stay away from veggies, you've clearly never eaten butternut squash Alfredo stuffed shells. That recipe and all of the others below are thriving with flavor and personality, so you and your family will be thoroughly satisfied all month long!

Easy Fall Appetizer Recipes

Gran's Comforting Tortellini Minestrone

If you look forward to the food you get to eat before the meal, this is the section for you! From comforting soups, like tortellini minestrone (pictured) and mac and cheese soup (below), to harvest salads, chili and more, the fall appetizer recipes in this list will make you truly appreciate the "fruit" of the season. 
 

Fantastic Fall Side Dishes

Parmesan Butternut Squash Gratin

Side dishes are what complement any good meal. The fall side dishes below complement the season so well because they're all made with fresh fall produce.  Butternut Squash, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, apples, and corn will all make an appearance on your plate this fall when you make any one of these wonderful sides.

Favorite Fall Main Dishes

Pumpkin-Cider Braised Pork Chops

You may never have tried the fruit and meat combination before, but we're here to tell you, it works. Pork and apples, for instance, are one of the best food pairings since PB&J. We've got a sheet pan recipe below that's a must-try this fall, plus pumpkin cider braised pork chops that will make your mouth water.

For those who want to go meatless this fall, the Slow Cooker Butternut Squash Gnocchi Bake is completely decadent. If you're cooking for kiddos, check out the Cheesy Skillet Pasta with Meatballs and Broccoli for a dish that will fill them up with plenty of nutritional benefits (and taste good too!)

What is the #1 thing you look forward to each fall?

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ah! the fall, time to rake the leaves, don't you just love it? All the trees look like crap until spring. Come on "SPRING"

I love the fall, it is time to rest for me. Love to cook, especially winter meals. Our air has been smokey due to fires. Looking forward to the clean scent of Fall.

I love the fall! I love how the air smells,I love baking.And the colors all around me

Fall is my favorite time of the year. Love the colors and it's so nice to get back to cooking favorite dishes again.

I look forward to lots of soups, chili, and stews. I also enjoy a lot of hot cocoa.

Soups, stews and chilis. Cooler weather means comfort food comes back.

My parents in the fall because it's not so hot to cook make Acadian Poutine made with seasoned pork with onions tails the green part inside a ball of graded patatoescooked patatoes mixed together that's when Fall is my favorite and the change of leafs with amazing colors....

My favorite thing about fall is the changing color of the leaves and of course its the harvest time, i am so looking forward to harvest my homegrown concord grapes to make it into grape jam, jelly and i want to make wine but I do not have the stuff to make it, also my birthtday is the one that started the BER months so we always have a birthdday gathering with my family and friends and enjoy the garden and the fresh harvest..

Using my own garden produce to make wholesome and delicious recipes for the family.And canning the for winter.

I love to sit on the front porch with a cool breeze listen to the flow of the creek around our house.

My favorite thing about fall and something I look forward to each year is lower utility bills! )

What's not to love about fall?? Thanksgiving... pumpkin desserts (especially pumpkin cupcakes)... apple cider... apple orchard doughnuts!

I look forward to cooking Turkey for thanksgiving! In fact, right now, I am cooking an extra one we had in the freezer. It smells SO GOOD! Thanks and God Bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol dot com

What's not to LOVE about Fall? All the comfort foods and everything PUMPKIN!!! How about soup!!! I love to make it and enjoy learning new twists on making them. 'Tis the season!!! Then comes Christmas!!! Love it, love it!!!

I love the fall with it's beautiful colors, and getting back into cooking my favorite foods.

I look forward to cooler weather so I can bake.

i look forward to all the fall festivals

I like the beautiful colours of leaves.

Fall is my favourite season -- the colours, the cool mornings, the smell of woodsmoke, and all the cozy, comforting food that uses the fruits and vegetables of the harvest.

The #1 thing that I look forward to each fall is all of the delicious pumpkin-themed recipes!

Crisp apples, colorful leaves, pumpkins and squash, cooler weather--how do you pick just one?

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