Let’s start 2018 with this post on highlights from the year that went by! Here are the top recipes from 2017!!
2017 was quite an eventful year for the take-it-easy chef! The blog I started in early 2016 to share my passion for cooking has continued its organic growth in 2017 as well. We now have more than 1000 likes on Facebook and 500 followers on Instagram. I have recently started contributing to Deccan Chronicle city editions.
On the technology side, I migrated the blog from CucumberTown to WordPress. I also upgraded the blog to be more visual. Hopefully, these changes have made it a more pleasing experience for you to be on the blog.
Following are the most loved recipes that I published in 2017.
4. Korean Bibimbap – The ultimate mixed rice preparation! Check out the recipe here.
3. Shakshuka – The popular egg dish that you can serve for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
2. Kerala Fish Fry – Nothing more to say about this good, old-fashioned fish fry! You got to fry it! Recipe here.
1. Pesto Pizza – Who knew baking was this easy? Or at least there are easy, hearty delicacies that can be baked? If you want to try only one 2017 recipe, let it be this homemade pesto pizza.
During the course of the year, I have also updated some of the popular posts from 2016 with new pictures and additional instructions based on your feedback. If you haven’t revisited these recipes for a while, now is a good time to check them out, and bookmark them for upcoming weekends!
Easy Honey Fried Chicken – It’s stickier and juicier than ever! You cannot say no to this finger-licking good fried chicken.
Butter and Garlic Fried Prawns – Once a fan of seafood, always a fan of seafood! Check out the updated recipe with all new pictures.
Chicken Xacuti – Taste of Goa in the convenience of your kitchen, Enough said! Get cooking already!
Crab Curry – It cannot get simpler than this! And I doubt if it can get tastier than this either!
Kerala Style Homemade Chicken Curry – This recipe from my gramma is one of the all-time favourites on this blog.
Sriracha Fried Chicken – Classic ingredients (read the mighty Sriracha sauce), effortless cooking! Get your guests asking for more! Check out the updated post here.
Paneer Butter Masala – This is another evergreen hit on this blog. We cook this often at home, and I always read this recipe (and sometimes update it too).
Thank you very much for your continued support and love! Keep sharing your feedback and suggestions.
Here is to another year! To health, wealth, and happiness!! Let’s cook and eat as much local and organic produce as possible! Wish you a happy and prosperous 2018!