Are we following each other? A full one and a half million of y’all are sweet, savory and salty enough to follow us on Instagram, and we love the company. Here are the 10 posts you liked, loved and commented on the most. (Why, thank you!) All these recipes are test kitchen-approved, so get clicking to get to the good stuff.
“Go, team!” (Er, who’s playing?) Loaded Potato Skins make a sports fan out of everyone. Call them “salad in a potato” if you like—hey, there’s broccoli in there!—and dig in. So good.
Frozen puff pastry, summer’s very best tomatoes, plenty of fresh herbs and good old feta mingle for this knockout Tomato, Feta & Herb Pastry Toast. It is, as we said earlier, summer on a plate. Yum, yum.
Move over, baked Brie, there’s a new baked cheese in town! Roasted Pecorino with Honey & Nuts is precisely as tasty as it looks. It’s just three ingredients: toasted walnuts; Pecorino; honey. Then you cook it for ten minutes. Good grief.
We mean, who wouldn’t love the look of these Warm Molten Chocolate Cakes? Flourless chocolate cakes are meltingly good thanks to plenty of chocolate and butter. There’s a reason these little beauties swept the restaurant scene a couple decades ago.
We love this recipe for using up the odds and ends you have knocking around the fridge. Four slices of Prosciutto? Check. Hunk of ricotta? Check. Frozen peas? Check. Fettuccine With Peas, Ricotta & Prosciutto is gloriously easy and gloriously good.
Right up there towards the top of the list are these snow-dusted New Orleans–Style Beignets. Caveat, cook: You’re going to want to invite friends over so you’re not left solo with dozens of these. (Or maybe it’s a “treat yo-self” night!)
You guys are unpredictable; just edging out fried beignets are good-for-you Little Gem Wedges with Radishes & Green Goddess. The combo really does make for the prettiest plate, and we can vouch for the crisp contrast of greens, crunchy radishes and creamy Green Goddess dressing.
What is it about a hand pie? We so love them, too. It’s like having a little trendy pop-up restaurant in your own kitchen. Chicken Hand Pies (aka turnovers) come together quickly thanks to our buddy, frozen puff pastry. Gruyère, Dijon, spinach and chicken give the whole thing a French flair; we’d absolutely serve these to guests with a big green salad.
“Getting lost in the rain” jokes aside, people love any drink with coconut in it, it seems! Our perennial favorite, the Coconut Cream & Lime Margarita, is no exception. You probably have the stuff you need for one on your bar and in the pantry, and we totally recommend them for cold February nights as well as hot July ones.
Sheet pans forever: Garlicky Shrimp With Asparagus Fries have a prep time of 30 minutes, a cook time of 10, and did we mention the Meyer lemon aioli?! Don’t let the long-ish ingredient list daunt you; these are mostly things you have, and if not, it’s a quick shop. We like this meal on a weeknight, with a cold beer or glass of chilled Gewürztraminer, for that “happy hour at the bar” vibe without the hefty check.