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: Chicken Piccata
If you’re looking to impress friends and family, but don’t want the hassle of cooking up an elaborate feast, turn to this Chicken Piccata recipe. Packed with the vibrant flavors of lemon, capers and parsley, this dish is sophistication and skill wrapped up in a deceptively simple recipe. Your guests will be in awe of your cooking skills and you’ll be able to kick back knowning how easy it was to whip up this flavorful recipe.
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No. 9: Big Bad Beef Skewers
Looking for an easy weeknight meal to throw on the grill and have ready in a matter of minutes? Ree Drummond’s Big Bad Beef Skewers check all of the boxes in that category. Easy to prep, quick to cook, delicious to eat. Pair it with a fresh garden salad and some freshly grilled corn and you've got yourself the perfect weeknight meal.
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No. 8: Spaghetti with Pinot Grigio and Seafood
Pasta is great all year round, but it can sometimes be easy to exhaust your red sauce or pesto options. If you're feeling as though you've fallen into a pasta pit, turn to this Spaghetti with Pinot Grigio and Seafood recipe. Light and rich, the flavor profile on the dish screams summer, while also giving you that carb-filled reassurance you need after spending a long day at the office instead of the beach.
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No. 7: Classic Deviled Eggs
Pass them around at a cocktail party; eat them for breakfast; turn them into a deviled egg pasta salad. There are a variety of ways to enjoy the Classic Deviled Egg, but they all start with this recipe. A beautiful combination of rich egg yolk and mayonnaise with acidic white vinegar, spicy yellow mustard and smoky Spanish paprika, these deviled eggs cover the full spectrum of important flavors making them a delicious addition to any meal, event or occasion.
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No. 6: No-Churn Shark Ice Cream
Whether you’re still celebrating Shark Week, or if you’re just in the mood to make an easy homemade ice cream, this No-Churn Shark Ice Cream recipe is for you. Incorporate the blue gel food coloring to create a different kind of swell within the sweet treat, or omit it for a more versatile, less colorful dessert. Pair it with homemade brownies or chocolate chip cookies and make your own ice cream sandwiches, or simply enjoy it in a bowl with a bit of whipped cream.
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No. 5: Oven-Baked Salmon
A low-lift, crowd-pleasing dinner (that also just so happens to make a great lunch the next day), this Oven Baked Salmon is as simple as one, two, three. One: Season the salmon with plenty of salt and pepper. Two: Bake it in a 400-degree Fahrenheit oven for about 12 to 15 minutes. Three: Prepare the accompanying Toasted Almond Parsley Salad. Now it's time to enjoy! And don’t forget to pour yourself a glass of crisp white wine because, even though preparing dinner was a cinch, it’s been a long week!
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No. 4: Fresh Corn Tomato Salad
Picture this: You’re sitting in your backyard with your family eating chips and guac. Then, instead of the conventional jarred salsa we all know and love, someone brings out this Fresh Corn Tomato Salad. Now imagine this: You’re throwing a backyard barbecue for your closest friends. You forget to pick up some corn for grilling and, because corn is a necessity at any given occasion during the summer, you think the party is ruined. Then, as if a gift from above, one of your friends shows up with this Fresh Corn Tomato Salad. The versatility of this dish and the freshness of the summer produce it utilizes propels any meal to the next level, whether it's your summertime snack or the backyard barbecue you've been planning all summer.
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No. 3: French Toast
Move over pancakes! It’s French Toast’s time to shine because, let’s face it, it’s always a good time for French Toast. Prepare the custardy treat with plenty of cinnamon and nutmeg for a cozy flavor explosion great for breakfast on the weekends or even for a little breakfast-for-dinner action mid-week. Pair it with fresh fruit, maple syrup or pats of butter for an indulgent treat on the days you need it most.
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No. 2: Garlic Roasted Potatoes
Third time’s the charm! These Garlic Roasted Potatoes have topped our charts once again as one of our most-popular recipes. Moving from third to second place, however, it seems these potatoes are the perfect combination of garlic, parsley and quality olive oil to keep the people coming back for more! And, perhaps, the crispy, crunchy nature of the potatoes (from the high roasting temp and long roasting time) plays a role in this as well!
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No. 1: Gazpacho
Soup is one of the easiest, most delicious meals you could make for you and your family. But, what do you do in the summer when it’s too hot for soup? Make gazpacho, of course! And, because this Gazpacho recipe sits at the top of our list of most-popular dishes, you’re clearly cued into this little summer trick. Packed with tomatoes, cucumbers, bell pepper, jalapeno, red onion and garlic (so, basically all of the produce), this light, cool dish packs a vibrant flavor punch, refreshing you after a long day in the sun.
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