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

Giada's our go-to resource on all things Italian, so it comes to no surprise that this fan-favorite has more than 1500 five-star reviews. Her version of the dish is ready in just about 40 minutes, which means you can have a restaurant-worthy meal on a weeknight.

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No. 9: Shepherd's Pie

Alton's take on the U.K. comfort food will leave your family stuffed and happy. This version uses ground lamb, the traditional filling of shepherd's pie, but you can substitute ground beef for picky eaters.

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No. 8: Perfect Pot Roast

Seared and then roasted in broth for three hours, Ree's pot roast is a sure-fire crowd-pleaser. For a larger 4- to 5-pound roast, plan on roasting for four hours. You'll know it's ready when the meat is fall-apart tender.

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No. 7: Zucchini Parmesan Crisps

Everyone is using up the end of summer's zucchini crop to make this tasty side. Bonus: These zucchini crisps taste indulgent, but are actually lighter than you think. So we won't tell if you make an extra batch for yourself.

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No. 6: 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. 5: French Toast

Turn any day into a special occassion with French toast that's sure to please. A little bit of cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla extract make it feel extra fancy.

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No. 4: Stuffed Bell Peppers

Ree stuffs this simple dish with tons of veggies, like bell peppers, zucchini and tomatoes. It's a tasty way to stretch just half a pound of ground beef into a meal for six.

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No. 3: Pizza Dough

Did you know that you can grill your pizza? Just drop the dough directly on the grill and flip when it gets crispy on the bottom. Bobby opts for bread flour for his pizza dough, which will give it a crispy crust. If you can't find bread flour, you can substitute it with all-purpose flour which will give you a chewier crust.

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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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