It’s always interesting for me to see what interests all of you and this year’s roundup of recipes includes everything from Instant Pot recipes and easy weeknight meal ideas to simple marinades, cornbread and even seared tuna. Hopefully a few of these recipes will pop out at you and give you some recipe inspiration heading into the new year!
Top 10 Recipes of 2020
A popular recipe thanks to Pinterest traffic, this better-for-you chicken salad is made with rotisserie chicken, Greek yogurt and dill. Perfect for busy weekday lunches!
This is my idea of a perfect weeknight dinner. It’s easy to whip up in a flash, nutrient-dense and so tasty! Plus, since it all bakes together in one baking dish, the cleanup is minimal. Weeknight WIN!
In our house, this recipe is, without a doubt, the recipe I make for our family most often for dinner. It’s SO easy and SO flavorful. It’s also a great recipe to keep on hand when you have guests over (grilling chicken thighs after they sit in this marinade = the BEST) and whenever we make it for friends and family, they almost always request the recipe, so I think that’s a great sign! And for you food preppers out there, this one is very meal prep-friendly.
I love how many of you love this recipe. It’s a go-to for us during the fall and winter months, as it’s the perfect accompaniment to chili and soup.
This is another recipe that gets a ton of love from you guys year after year. It’s a wonderful chili recipe that’s warm and comforting and requires very little effort… think no chopping or tons of time in the kitchen.
I finally got my act together and began sharing Instant Pot recipes this year and this one quickly became popular. I love that it incorporates a good amount of broccoli right in the recipe, so it’s a simple one-pot meal I can whip up quickly when we’re all starving!
Don’t let seared tuna intimidate you! Something about seared tuna feels fancy but doesn’t need to be and this recipe for Everything Bagel Seared Tuna is great on its own or served on top of salad or rice.
This aromatic, perfectly savory, fall-apart chicken curry recipe is made with a base of light coconut milk and mashed butternut squash that gives it a velvety, creamy texture. The five star reviews on this one don’t lie!
If you love Zoe’s Kitchen cauliflower rice, this recipe is a must-try. It’s a great base to use with your favorite grain in veggie-packed grain bowls and the fresh herbs in this dish make it incredibly flavorful.
I’m all about a good marinade when it comes to simplifying dinner. Marinate some chicken in this easy orange juice marinade, pair it with your favorite sides and you’ve got a delicious dinner ready in no time!
Question of the Day
- Did you discover any new favorite recipes last year?
Feel free to drop a link below so we can all check out some of your recipe recommendations!