Our 10 Most-Popular Recipes Right Now

Count down through the top ten recipes our fans are cooking the most today.

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No. 10: Classic Deviled Eggs

Don't fix what ain't broke, right? Simple and classic, this is our most-popular deviled egg recipe ever — and our fans are obsessed with it right now.

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No. 9: Chicken Marsala

It seems unlikely that such a deep, flavorsome dish takes just 40 minutes to cook. But it's all in the Marsala, a fortified Italian wine, that brings the sauce together and gives everything a slow-cooked savor.

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No. 8: Pizza Dough

More and more Americans are making pizza at home. Bobby Flay's DIY dough is an easy, reliable standby everyone should keep in their back pockets. The trick is to use warm water when blooming the yeast.

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No. 7: Whole Roasted Stuffed Cauliflower

One of our favorite vegetables gets the royal treatment: It's filled with a cheesy, bacony kale stuffing, coated in crispy breadcrumbs and baked until melting and tender. You can make it vegetarian by replacing the bacon with 4 ounces of sliced button mushrooms.

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No. 6: Perfect Roast Chicken

If you can roast a whole chicken, then you can do anything. Simple yet elegant, Ina Garten's recipe is a foolproof standby. Be sure to salt the chicken liberally before cooking so it has lots of flavor, and truss the legs so it cooks evenly.

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No. 5: Roasted Brussels Sprouts

You'll want to save this one: Ina's recipe for Brussels sprouts is foolproof, and a good baseline for how to roast vegetables in general.

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No. 4: Shepherd's Pie

Shepherd's pie is the perfect way to get your kids to eat their vegetables. Packed with protein and fiber, Alton Brown's hearty homage to the UK comfort food will leave your family stuffed and happy.

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No. 3: Perfect Pot Roast

You already know what this tastes like (and you want to eat it). Ree Drummond 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. 2: Garlic Roasted Potatoes

"These are the easiest potatoes in the world," Ina says. They're especially good with roast chicken.

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No. 1: Oven-Baked Salmon

This salmon dinner couldn't be simpler. Season the fish with salt and pepper, then pop it in the oven for a quick 15 minutes. An easy-to-make parsley and almond salsa goes on top for a touch of freshness.

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