2021’s most popular new recipes         

A roundup of this year’s top tasty offerings!

When I prepared my annual roundup a year ago, little did I know that 12 months later we’d once again be hunkering down at home, riding out the latest wave of the pandemic. I feel very fortunate to have been able to keep cooking and eating throughout this past rollercoaster of a year – it keeps me on an even keel and gives my family something to look forward to at the end of each day. With almost a hundred new recipes added to the Constantly Cooking website this year, there are now over 1000 tasty ideas at your fingertips, the next time you are looking for some delicious inspiration. Once again, I’d like to thank everyone who visited the site and especially those who took the time to like a new post or drop a comment. I’m ever so grateful for your feedback and interest. Please know I already have loads more recipes percolating in my head at the moment and I will happily be sharing those with you throughout the coming months.  As I do every year, I’ve prepared this roundup of the five new recipes that proved to be the most popular. Click on the titles below to jump to the recipes and I hope you’ll keep clicking and cooking with me in 2022. Happy New Year!

Thai-inspired meatball and rice noodle bowls

Pretzel-crusted brownies with salted caramel

Traditional Maritime fish cakes

Strawberry-cream cheese strudel

Fifteen minute lightened-up pasta primavera

Author: Paula Roy

Welcome to my kitchen! I love simple dishes prepared with passion and am always seeking to find new methods to make food as fun and flavourful as possible. If you enjoy this space be sure to check out my Rogers TV Ottawa cooking show, Paula Roy's Favourite Foods, available on local cable, streaming and a dedicated playlist on Rogers TV's YouTube channel.

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