FoodNetwork.com's Top 50 Most-Saved Recipes

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No. 50: Ina Garten's Asian Grilled Salmon

Kick off the countdown with Ina's easy and elegant salmon, our 50th most-saved recipe. A flavorful Asian-inspired mixture does double duty as a marinade and a sauce.

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No. 49: Tyler Florence's Chicken Parmesan

Add fresh herbs and grated Parmesan cheese directly to the breadcrumbs for Tyler's fantastic, top-rated chicken Parmesan.

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No. 48: Ina's Mac and Cheese

Ina's creamy macaroni and cheese is meant for a party. Gruyère cheese mixed with extra-sharp cheddar gives this dish grown-up flavor, while a topping of sliced tomatoes and breadcrumbs makes it extra special.

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No. 47: Ree Drummond's Macaroni and Cheese

You can dig into The Pioneer Woman's classic all-cheddar mac and cheese right from the stovetop, but it's even better baked in a buttered casserole dish until bubbly and golden on top.

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No. 46: Ina's Chicken Pot Pie

For this classic comfort food, our 46th most-saved recipe, creamy chicken stew is topped with a flaky pastry crust and baked until the crust is puffed and the filling is bubbly.

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No. 45: Giada De Laurentiis' Chicken Cacciatore

This rustic Italian dish, chicken cacciatore, means chicken cooked "hunter style." Giada uses bone-in, skin-on chicken cooked with a bell-pepper-and-tomato sauce.

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No. 44: The Best Cauliflower Ever

Spice up sauteed cauliflower by tossing it in a roasted red pepper sauce and topping it all off with breadcrumbs and sesame seeds for added crunch.

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No. 43: Ree Drummond's Salisbury Steak

A timeless stick-to-your-ribs comfort food, this quick-fix Salisbury steak is made with lean ground beef and dressed up with breadcrumbs, ketchup and Worcestershire sauce for texture and taste. Follow Ree's lead and make the onion gravy in the same pan as you sear the meat, allowing it to pick up those craveable flavors.

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No. 42: Trisha Yearwood's No-Bake Chocolate-Pretzel-Peanut-Butter Squares

Part sweet, part salty and all richly comforting, these easy-to-make bars require only five pantry ingredients.

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No. 41: Ree's Blackberry Cobbler

With only five ingredients and 15 minutes of prep time, you can bake this homey dessert any day of the week.

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No. 40: Ina's Perfect Roast Chicken

Roast chicken makes a simple yet elegant meal. Ina makes sure to salt the chicken liberally before cooking so it's not bland, then she trusses the legs so it cooks evenly.

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No. 39: Alton Brown's Stovetop Mac and Cheese

This quick and easy version of macaroni and cheese is so creamy and flavorful it’s sure to impress both kids and adults.

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No. 38: Trisha's Slow-Cooker Macaroni and Cheese

Coming in at No. 38, Trisha's easiest-ever mac and cheese lets the slow cooker do the heavy lifting. Just load it with cooked pasta, cheddar cheese and a few other fixins, then return to a creamy pot of gold a few hours later.

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No. 37: Ree's Restaurant-Style Salsa

The beauty of Ree's big-batch salsa is that there's little hands-on prep work. You just add the ingredients — cans of tomatoes, fresh onion and garlic, plus a jalapeno for welcome heat — to the food processor and let it chop them up for you.

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No. 36: Tyler's Shrimp Scampi with Linguini

This rich, lemony pasta dish, our 36th most-saved recipe, is easy enough to make on a weekday but impressive enough for any special occasion.

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No. 35: Giada's Parmesan-Crusted Pork Chops

Giada adds a layer of Parmesan cheese when breading these pan-fried pork chops, making them extra crispy and flavorful.

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No. 34: Ree's Broccoli Cheese Soup

At No. 34, The Pioneer Woman's lush green soup doesn't skimp on the veggies. She uses four whole heads of broccoli and blends them into a creamy, cheesy broth for a thick, velvety texture.

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No. 33: Giada's Chicken Tetrazzini

Hearty and comforting, Giada's tried-and-true casserole boasts a five-star rating and nearly 1,200 user reviews. She guarantees layer upon layer of flavor by making a garlic-laced mushroom-onion sauce, plus a buttery cream sauce, both of which she mixes with tender shredded chicken and pasta. For welcome texture, Giada blankets the casserole with a cheese-and-breadcrumb mixture that turns golden brown in the oven.

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No. 32: Ina's Chocolate Cake

To enhance the chocolate flavor of her special cake, Ina adds a cup of brewed coffee straight to the batter.

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No. 31: Giada's Chicken Parmesan

Giada skips the laborious breading stage, so her rendition of the Italian-American classic is easier to make. Instead, she adds flavor with loads of fresh herbs.

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No. 30: Trisha's Charleston Cheese Dip

Goodbye, queso. Hello, Trisha's cheese dip. Coming in at No. 30, this party-ready recipe features a whopping three kinds of cheese — cream cheese, cheddar and Monterey Jack — for over-the-top indulgence. And for even more richness, Trisha blankets her dip with crumbled bacon before baking.

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No. 29: Ree's Knock-You-Naked Brownies

Ree adds a gooey layer of caramel and chocolate chips right to the center of these easy, semihomemade brownies. They're perfect for a big-game bash, or any potluck or get-together.

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No. 28: Ina's Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Ina's tender, crispy sprouts at No. 28 are simply roasted with olive oil, salt and pepper for a classic side that you just can't beat. One reviewer said it even won the kids over: "My kids have always hated Brussels sprouts, until I cooked this recipe. They loved it!"

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No. 27: Lemon Ricotta Cookies with Lemon Glaze

At No. 27, Giada's light and fluffy rounds boast a cakelike texture that pops with fresh citrus thanks to lemon zest in both the batter and the sweet glaze.

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No. 26: Giada's Lasagna Rolls

Giada fills these lasagna rolls with a mixture of ricotta cheese, spinach and prosciutto. They get topped with sauce and cheese, then bake up into individual portions.

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No. 25: Trisha's Chicken Tortilla Casserole

The secret to Trisha's green chile-laced casserole is the rich homemade gravy, which she uses to give extra flavor to the sour-cream-cumin mixture poured among the layers of tortillas, cheddar and shredded chicken.

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No. 24: Ree's Twice-Baked Potato Casserole

Instead of filling each individual potato skin, Ree reinvents cheesy, bacon-laced twice-baked potatoes as a comforting casserole.

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No. 23: Giada's Baked Penne with Roasted Vegetables

This vegetarian baked pasta dish is bursting with color and flavor. Giada uses fontina, smoked mozzarella and Parmesan cheese to add creaminess.

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No. 22: Ree's Chicken Spaghetti

Ree's chicken and spaghetti casserole is pure comfort food. She makes it easy to eat by breaking the spaghetti into pieces.

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No. 21: Ree's Simple Perfect Enchiladas

Ree elevates her enchiladas by lightly frying corn tortillas until crispy. They're filled with ground beef, green chiles and olives, and smothered in a homemade red sauce that's guaranteed to please everyone at the dinner table.

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No. 20: Food Network Kitchen's Low-Cal Fettuccine Alfredo

Feast on this creamy Alfredo — our 20th most-saved recipe — without the side of guilt by swapping in low-fat milk and cheese, and adding grated lemon zest for freshness.

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No. 19: Ina's Lemon Yogurt Cake

At No. 19, this beloved Barefoot Contessa recipe lets the tart lemon flavor shine through, and the addition of whole milk yogurt yields a moist and tender crumb that you'll want to indulge in anytime of day, including breakfast.

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No. 18: Tyler's Smothered Pork Chops

Tyler uses a cast-iron pan to make his pan-fried, breaded pork chops that are then smothered in a creamy buttermilk gravy.

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No. 17: Ree's Perfect Pot Roast

In our 17th most-saved recipe, Ree transforms inexpensive chuck into fall-apart-tender pot roast with a flavorful broth that's stocked with red wine, herbs and hearty vegetables.

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No. 16: Food Network Magazine's Skillet Rosemary Chicken

Roast chicken, mushrooms and potatoes in one skillet for a hearty cool-weather supper. Rosemary sprigs and charred lemons bring rustic flavor to the dish.

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No. 15: Alton's Guacamole

Master the ultimate guacamole with Alton's five-star recipe, our 15th most-saved recipe. Alton’s secret tool for perfect guacamole is a potato masher. You get a chunky mash, instead of a puree or chopped-up chunks. Cover the guacamole and let it sit at room temperature for an hour before serving, allowing all of the flavors to meld together.

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No. 14: Ree's Chicken-Fried Steak with Gravy

This country classic is full of irresistible flavors and textures — it's crunchy, meaty, a little spicy and smothered with peppery, creamy gravy. Serve it with mashed potatoes for a meal fit for the frontier.

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No. 13: Ree's Baked Ziti

If you're having kids at your tailgate party, serve lucky No. 13, Ree's kid-friendly baked ziti, packed with ground beef and Italian sausage, plus a combination of Parmesan, mozzarella and ricotta cheese. Crushed red pepper flakes and Italian seasoning add just the right amount of spice that kids will still enjoy.

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No. 12: Ina's Baked Shrimp Scampi

Ina bakes this classic Italian dish, which means she can assemble the whole thing ahead of time and then pop it into the oven about 10 minutes before dinner.

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No. 11: Giada's Salmon Baked in Foil

Cooking salmon has never been easier than with our 11th most-saved recipe. Follow Giada's foolproof method of tossing fillets into foil packets with a savory blend of tomatoes and dried herbs.

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No. 10: Ree's Best Tomato Soup Ever

In the top 10, Ree's five-star soup comes together with cans of diced tomatoes, so you don't need to rely on summertime produce to make it. Just before serving she adds heavy cream for silky richness, then brightens up the soup with fresh basil and parsley.

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No. 9: Ree's Twice-Baked Potatoes

For a special dinner side, load up smashed potatoes with butter, sour cream, cheese, bacon and green onions before baking in the skins.

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No. 8: Ina's Garlic Roasted Potatoes

This simple, crispy roasted potato side dish, our eighth-most-saved recipe, is perfect with roast chicken for a weekday meal or a weekend get-together.

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No. 7: Tyler's Chicken Enchiladas

A guaranteed crowd-pleaser coming in at No. 7, Tyler's enchiladas are stuffed full of Mexican-spiced shredded chicken, chipotle chiles and corn, and they make for a perfectly portable potluck dish.

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No. 6: Ellie Krieger's Zucchini Parmesan Crisps

These crunchy baked zucchini rounds are a satisfying side dish or snack for any occasion. Coated in savory Parmesan breadcrumbs, they prove that the simplest recipes are often the very best.

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No. 5: Giada's Roman-Style Chicken

For this go-to chicken dish, our fifth-most-saved recipe, Giada slathers skinless chicken breasts and thighs in a rich red sauce filled with prosciutto, bell peppers and herbs.

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No. 4: Food Network Kitchen's Lemon-Garlic Shrimp and Grits

Top creamy Parmesan grits with garlic-flecked shrimp and a pinch of cayenne for heat to see why this Southern-style favorite is our fourth-most-saved recipe.

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No. 3: Ina's Linguine with Shrimp Scampi

Ina's 25-minute pasta dish is fragrant with garlic-sauteed shrimp, fresh lemon zest and parsley. Reviewers praise it as "a restaurant-quality dish."

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No. 2: Giada's Chicken Piccata

Giada delivers authentic Italian flavor with our second-most-saved recipe, these easy butterflied chicken breasts dressed up with lemon-caper sauce and a flurry of parsley.

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No. 1: Ina's Lemon Chicken Breasts

Our most-saved recipe and a quick-fix weeknight main, this baked chicken will become an instant family favorite with its crispy golden-brown skin and white wine lemon sauce. One reviewer said: "I've made this several times for my family and formal company. This recipe is a winner."

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