2019’s most popular recipes

A year of deliciousness in review!

2019 was a year filled with flavourful inspiration that resulted in a lot of activity in the Constantly Cooking kitchen. New ideas formed each time I paid a visit to a small town to meet its inventive food producers, took a trip across the country and dined at acclaimed restaurants, stopped in at my favourite local food shops and farmers markets, or simply spied a new-to-me ingredient that I couldn’t wait to work with. Each month, on average, I brought 8 – 10 new creations from the testing to the published stage and I was always interested to see what kind of response the recipes would generate. I’m thrilled each time someone posts a comment, shares the recipe on social media, or stops me on the street to tell me they’ve made one of my dishes and it was a big hit with their family. Not only did this site have more visitors than ever before, you found it from 176 different countries (also a new record). I can’t wait to share more tasty ideas with you in 2020!

Below are the most popular recipes which were created in the past 12 months, followed by the top five of all time, thus far. Click on the names to jump to the recipes and I hope you’ll keep clicking and cooking with me in 2020. Happy New Year!

2019’s top five new recipes

Crispy baked egg rolls

Blackberry-mint panna cotta

French onion soup pasta casserole

Maple shortbread cookies

Laotian-style Larb bowl

All time top five recipes (thus far):

Rustic Cornflour Bread

No-bake lemon coconut squares

Crispy Baked Buttermilk-Brined Chicken

Perfect oven-baked French fries

Quick Pickled Turnips, Lebanese-style

 

About Paula Roy

Welcome to my kitchen! I play with words and with food. I love simple dishes prepared with passion and am always seeking to find new methods to make food as fun and flavourful as possible. I'm also an enthusiastic explorer of faraway lands and cuisines.
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