2022’s most popular new recipes

A roundup of top tastes and tips!

Another delicious year has drawn to a close. I was pleased to be able to share over 70 new recipes this year, bringing the totally on this site to almost 1100. 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 – your interest and your feedback mean the world to me. As I start to fine-tune a new crop of recipes for the coming months, I’m pleased to let you know I’m also working on scripts for a new season of my popular cooking show; you can watch past episodes on YouTube if you wish. As I review Constantly Cooking’s statistics at the end of each year, it’s always fun for me to see which recipes resonate with readers. My no-bake lemon coconut squares, originally posted in 2018, continue to be a big hit, as do my crispy baked egg rolls (2019) and my small-batch zucchini relish (2019). Below are links to the five new recipes from 2022 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 this new year, full of promise and opportunity. Happy New Year!

Chicken Francese

Crème brûlée bars

Freeze now, cook later naan

Philly cheesesteak pasta

Peaches and cream scones

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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