2020’s most popular recipes

A year of deliciousness in review!

What a year this has been, right? I think cooking saved my sanity and gave me something else to focus on instead of the never-ending negative news cycle that threatened to overwhelm me by times. 2020 saw the launch of a complete revamped Constantly Cooking website, in addition to the publication of over 150 new recipes. The overwhelming number of kind comments received was really heartwarming and helped inspire a lot of the dishes that made their way from my kitchen to yours. It seems we all spent a lot more time in the kitchen this year, and I was pleased to hear how many people came to rely on Constantly Cooking’s archive of almost 900 recipes to keep themselves nourished during these strange times. Who knows what the year ahead will bring, but if you need me, I’ll be in the kitchen working on some tasty new ideas I’ve been thinking about for a while. I continue to be so grateful for everyone who pops onto this site for some fresh inspiration, to ask a question or to offer feedback. Thanks for your interest! As I do every year, I’ve prepared this roundup of the five new recipes that proved to be the most popular, followed by the top five of all time, thus far. Click on the titles below to jump to the recipes and I hope you’ll keep clicking and cooking with me in 2021. Happy New Year!

2020’s top five new recipes

All-time top five recipes (thus far)

Author: 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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    1. It is always very interesting to me to see what recipes become the most popular. And which ones from the archives have a sudden resurgence. Who knew 23,000 people would want to make zucchini relish in 2020? 🤫

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