The 10 Most-Popular Recipes on FoodNetwork.com in 2016
The end of the year is a time for reflection and review — the memories made, the lessons learned and, of course, the food eaten. Here on FoodNetwork.com, 2016 was full of game-changing dishes, from fresh spring dinners to sweet-tooth-satisfying holiday treats. But no matter the season or holiday, there were a few dishes that our fans kept coming back to, those tried-and-true picks that proved to be classics for a reason. Read on below to get our 10 most-popular recipes of the year.
Ready to eat in a hurry, this go-to dessert celebrates the beloved combo of peanut butter and chocolate. Perhaps best of all, these cookies are made with ingredients you likely have on hand already.
You can trust that when Ina Garten deems a recipe to be "perfect," it is indeed just that. With a 5-star rating and nearly 900 fan reviews, this comforting supper turns out just right every time.
More of an essential technique than a recipe, Alton Brown's top-rated how-to for a tender, piping-hot baked potato will save the day come dinnertime.
No matter if you're cooking for a game-day tailgate or simply looking to warm up at home, The Pioneer Woman's hearty, beefy chili will fill the bill. It's studded with two kinds of beans and finished with toppings like tortilla chips and lime wedges for added texture and taste.
This all-in-one recipe from Ree Drummond brings together tender beef, fresh vegetables and a bold red wine-herb broth for satisfying results.
There's a secret ingredient in Bobby Flay's fan-favorite dough: bread flour. "Using bread flour will give you a much crisper crust," he notes in the recipe. "If you can't find bread flour, you can substitute it with all-purpose flour, which will give you a chewier crust."
A tangy parsley-caper salad brightens up these fast-fix salmon fillets.
Creamy with a slight bite, the egg yolk filling in these easy deviled eggs features a combination of mayonnaise, yellow mustard and a splash of vinegar.
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Robert Irvine dresses us his French toast recipe by adding a bit of sugar and warming spices to the egg-milk mixture that moistens the bread.
It's no wonder this recipe for 5-star spuds was the most-popular one on FoodNetwork.com this year. "These are the easiest potatoes in the world," Ina says. It takes only a few ingredients to prep this side dish, which will round out nearly any entree.