The Top 13 Recipes of 2013
The recipes that made this hits list range in everything from basic staples to inventive twists on old favorites. There are also some heavenly desserts, which is no surprise!
Without further ado, let’s count down the best recipes of the year:
This is just a bowl of comfort-food goodness. Prepare this easy, make-ahead dish today and bake it tomorrow.
This was the No. 1 downloaded recipe from the first 180 episodes of season one of “Rachael Ray,” Rachael’s syndicated daytime show. It really is too-good-to-be-good-for-you!
Thick, chewy, toothsome, with the coveted crackly top. The recipe calls for three kinds of chocolate and is made in one bowl. You’ll never reach for a boxed mix again!
If you’re in the mood for a salty snack to mindlessly munch, these chickpeas hit the spot.
Who doesn’t love a classic Caesar? This salad can serve two as a full meal or four as a side dish.
There are so many different types of quiches you can make, but first you have to know how to make the basic pie. You can use store-bought or homemade crust, and the results will still be impressive for such a simple dish.
Make ahead and double the recipe for these sensational meatballs. Serve with hearty horseradish mashed potatoes and gravy.
Rachael says, “The man who owns my local oil company makes a great stuffed pepper soup, but it takes too long for me to make it for myself. Here’s a sped-up stoup version of my own. Mr. Waterhouse’s is tops, but this is a close second – if you don’t know Mr. Waterhouse.”
Who would have thought broccoli would make the top four recipes of the year? Good job, everyone, for eating your greens! This is an easy-to-make dish that will make a broccoli lover out of anyone!
Who says these treats are just for kids? With a chocolate-peanut butter topping, they’re complex and satisfying – something any grown-up can appreciate!
Parmigiano Reggiano cheese and a lemon juice eggwash give these chicken cutlets a distinctive taste. Cover with a lemony, wine garlic sauce and serve with a side of linguine for a delectable dinner.
This easy and delicious breakfast casserole is a hit with kids and a great way to use up stale bread. It will also make your kitchen smell like heaven!
There’s nothing better than a warm, fresh loaf of banana bread right out of the oven. A great way to use your overripe bananas, this loaf makes a great hostess gift, plus it freezes well tightly wrapped in foil the freezer for up to 3 months.