Our 10 Most-Popular Recipes Right Now

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No. 10: Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Four ingredients and a 400-degree oven: that’s all you need to make Ina’s super simple, so-good-you’ll-go-back-for-more Brussels sprouts.

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No. 9: Lemon-Pepper Fettuccine

Put down the jar of pasta sauce! We've got a better idea: a decadent blend of cream, lemon zest and freshly grated pecorino cheese.

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No. 8: Warm Artichoke and Bacon Dip

Bacon makes everything taste better, including this oven-baked dip that’s perfect for watching the game. Add simple, homemade pita chips — spiced with ground cumin and chili powder — and you’ve got a winner!

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No. 7: Garlic Roasted Potatoes

Leave it to Ina to turn potatoes into the crispiest and most delicious side dish — with nothing more than olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic and parsley!

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No. 6: French Toast

Robert’s easy French Toast is one of those recipes you should master. It makes a fantastic breakfast topped with maple syrup — but an even more impressive dessert served with a scoop of your favorite ice cream.

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No. 5: Shepherd's Pie

What could be more comforting than a savory lamb and vegetable filling — topped with creamy (and oh-so-satisfying) mashed potatoes?

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No. 4: Pumpkin Seeds

Don't toss those pumpkin seeds! It's easy to turn them into a crave-worthy snack. All you need is some olive oil, salt and your favorite spices!

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No. 3: Oven-Baked Salmon

When you need a quick (but healthy) dinner, there's no better choice than salmon. These oven-baked fillets get extra flavor from a quick caper-almond-parsley salad sprinkled over the top.

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No. 2: Perfect Pot Roast

It only takes a handful of ingredients to give this chuck roast tons of flavor. The red wine is optional but highly recommended — it adds a subtle, welcome sweetness.

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No. 1: Simple, Perfect Chili

The name says it all! This chili may not feature any fancy ingredients or techniques, but it’s a always a fan-favorite.

Get the Recipe: Simple, Perfect Chili