The recipes you love

By
Casey Warrener
Added
11 January, 2018

The New Year is typically spent reflecting on the one that precedes it and considering how the year ahead could be better, so we looked at our most popular recipes to give you more of the good stuff going forward...

1. Comfort food

Your number one recipe, the one that you click constantly, is ... *drum roll*... cheesy, dirty fries. You love a bit of comfort food (who doesn’t?), and also dig chocolate brownies, gelato and pastries.

2. Healthy-ish recipes

On the flip side of indulgence, you're interested in finding smart swaps for the naughty stuff in your favourite sweet snacks. The Green Kitchen’s almond butter and blueberry cookies have long been a top pick, and new to the line-up are The Yoga Kitchen’s chewy tahini cookies.

3. Classics

While fads are fun, the classics have staying power. That’s why authors such as national treasure Margaret Fulton and BBC star James Martin are popular, with each offering a uniquely timeless style. Margaret’s summer-perfect Pavlova is a hot favourite, as is James’ fillet steak with peppercorn sauce.

4. Restaurant recipes at home

In the golden age of takeout, with whatever cuisine we desire available at the tap of an app, it’s easy to be complacent. But your zest for recipes such as Gelato Messina’s salted caramel, Mamasita's corn on the cob and Huxtaburger's standard dish suggest you’re keen to replicate this food at home.

5. Vegetable-driven dishes

A new go-to of yours is Smith & Daughters and you're well acquainted with the Green Kitchen team, showing us you’re not afraid to make a meal out of veggies.

What does the above say about you? Your style is a mix of contemporary and classic: sometimes you like adventure, other times you prefer the familiarity of home. You’re open to discovering new books and authors, but you also have your go-to recipes and old friends. It’s all about balance.

Is there something you'd like to see on this list? Look to our 33,000-plus tried and tested recipes from top chefs and authors to eat great food in the year ahead.

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