Stephen Iwerebon loves cooking and experimenting with new dishes.
He especially loves coming up with themed and seasonal dishes all year long.
Best Cold Winter Night Dishes
Home chef Stephen Iwerebon believes there is a comfort food out there for every occasion and reason. Some bring back memories, some make us feel better and some warm us up or cool us off. Tis’ the winter season and the snow is falling and the temperatures are dropping beyond chilly. Let’s take a look at some of those warm your belly dishes.
- Chicken Parmesan Baked Ziti
- Beef Stroganoff
- Cabbage Rolls
- Porkolt (Hungarian Stew)
These are some favorite cold weather dishes recommended by Stephen Iwerebon. Each one brings comfort, warmth and even memories of childhood and holiday gatherings. Each one of these is a must try during the cold winter months.
Chicken Parmesan Baked Ziti
This is a favorite for all ages, the great taste of chicken parmesan and baked ziti in one dish. This is a simple 6-ingredient dish. Stephen Iwerebon has found this to be a very comforting dish for those nights when you want something simple, tasty and warming.
A creamy favorite loved by all. With tender strips of beef and mushrooms in a cream sauce served over noodles, this Russian dish is a comfort food across the globe.
It a favorite dish for Stephen Iwerebon year round but he especially loves it in the wintertime when it’s cold outside. This is easy to make and a sure crowd pleaser for all ages.
As a gardener, Stephen Iwerebon loves cabbage rolls as a classic dish. He loves making this for his family year round but his favorite time to make this simple dish is during the winter holidays. He loves having all the kids in the kitchen helping make the rolls.
This dish is another comfort food found in many variations around the world. It can be found made with a red sauce or a broth. Every ethnicity has put their spin on this fan favorite. It makes a great crock-pot dish and excellent leftovers.
It is a Hungarian stew. Great for those cold winter lunches or dinners, this is another childhood favorite for Stephen Iwerebon. It is a very fragrant stew as well as great tasting. This was always a great dish when he was sick or had a busy day at school while attending Penn State University.
The blissful aroma of paprika and bell peppers will fill the room with this stew. Not only will it make a nice winter warm up dinner it will make the room feel warm and inviting. The generous amount of paprika used in this dish is what sets it aside from other beef stews. This dish is served mainly in central Europe.
These 4 dishes are all amazing in their own way. They each come from a different culture, and bring a favorite flavor of that culture to the table. These dishes are great year round, but even better during those cold winter days when you just want to keep warm.
To learn more about Stephen Iwerebon and his favorite dishes and recipes, check out his profile on Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/Stephen-Iwerebon.