Your 10 Most Loved Community Recipes of 2017
With food love from our community
Inspired by the incredibly tasty food photos you’ve shared with us, we invited you a while back to also share your favorite recipes and food stories. Dozens of them have been published since the beginning of last year, and all of them are to die for! Here are the 10 recipes that have been cooked more than any others by our very hungry community:
Patrick Pailliart’s new take on the traditional French toast satisfied not just those of us with a sweet tooth. His version with fresh berries, Nutella, yogurt, honey, and an irresistible sugar and cinnamon coating became particularly popular with kids and brunch lovers.
When Allegra Wappler’s kids want fresh buns on the weekend, this scones recipe comes to the rescue. These are a million times tastier than shop-bought bread buns, and don’t require a lengthy baking procedure. Serve with jam, or berries and cream. Yum!
Student VC likes to give his food an Asian twist. His roasted chicken on a bed of udon noodles offers a true taste explosion with sweet, sour, and salty flavors. The perfect dinner for one!
For all coffee lovers and cravers out there, jocelynl offers a different type of cookie with a subtle coffee flavor. Perfect for brunch, good on the go, as an office snack, or in fact for any time of the day!
Community member Klärchen shared the perfect salad recipe with us. This very versatile couscous, arugula, and tomato-based salad can be served as a light main course, a starter, or a side for barbecues, picnics, or as an office lunch. Tasty all year around (not just in summer)!
Looking for the ultimate comfort cake? Tellpas’ chocolate and apple cake is wonderfully sweet and fruity, easy to prepare, and can be made ahead. What’s not to like? Serve with caramel sauce and brittle or candied nuts to wow your guests!
A summer holiday in Tuscany inspired ankehhh to create this recipe. Pasta and mozzarella make this dish filling, yet the arugula and tomatoes give it freshness. Get creative and garnish with balsamic cream!
Need new inspiration for a side dish, or an exciting way to serve broccoli? Patrick Pailliart shows us how! The first barbecue of the year may be a while away, but you can really eat this all year round.
Fresh, fresh, fresh! Lucy Reim’s unusual salad is full of color and shows that strawberries and cucumbers are a dream team. The salad is vegan, gluten- and lactose-free, light, sweet, and savory, and belongs on every brunch table next spring and summer.
Tellpas’ cakes made an impression for sure, and this tangy lemon cake is a must-try! It’s quick to make, lovely moist and sour, and looks stunning. Happy baking!
Want to see your own recipe published here on Kitchen Stories, and shared with other hungry hobby chefs and bakers around the world? Send your recipes to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Published on January 8, 2018