Our 10 Most-Popular Recipes Right Now

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No. 10: Air Fryer Chicken Wings

Nobody can say no to chicken wings, especially when the air fryer makes them so deliciously crispy — without all the extra fat!

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No. 9: Super Nachos

Rachael transforms store bought tortilla chips into a nacho flavor fest — including a fiery salsa, a meaty topping and a cheesy sauce.

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No. 8: Jumbo Cheesy Italian Meatballs

Why settle for average when you can have jumbo-size?! This meatball recipe makes four — stuffed with mozzarella cheese in the center.

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No. 7: The Best Shepherd's Pie

We stuck with tradition and made our shepherd's pie with lamb, but you could easily swap in ground beef. The saucy filling is packed with tender vegetables and the creamy topping is inspired by the Irish potato dish, colcannon, and is filled with cabbage, leeks and cheese.

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No. 6: French Toast

Step up your breakfast game by using breads like brioche and challah when you're making French toast. They're rich and flavorful — and extra fluffy.

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No. 5: Perfect Pot Roast

The name says it all with Ree's fall-apart-tender pot roast: perfect!

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No. 4: Oven-Baked Salmon

Those nights when you need to throw together a quick-and-easy meal? This baked salmon is delicious and nutritious.

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No. 3: Melting Cabbage

Raw cabbage is often the star of coleslaw, but when slow-cooked in a tomato-y white wine sauce, this vegetable is transformed into something else entirely — it's melt-in-your-mouth delicious! A bit of Parmesan rind adds umami to the sauce (it's a classic Italian trick). Serve this quick one-skillet recipe as a side dish or the main event.

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No. 2: Almost-Famous Baked Potato Soup

Cozy up to this chunky bowl of potato soup — the perfect dish for a chilly day!

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No. 1: Simple, Perfect Chili

Ree’s chili is both hearty and delicious. Serve over nachos, pasta or as-is. It’s that versatile!

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