As the year is starting to come to an end I thought I’d do a little round-up of the 7 most popular recipes (in no particular order) that you lot have been downloading and cooking this year.
1. Cheesy One Pan Mexican Beef
This recipe is probably the most popular in book 3. But let’s be honest, what’s not to like? It’s very easy to make, its cheesy, its meaty and it’s full of Mexican flavour. A winner on all fronts.
2. Nasi Goreng – Indonesian Fried Rice
From our website: Nasi Goreng
Nasi Goreng is the national dish of Indonesia cooked by street vendors in food carts across the country. It’s extremely easy to make and it tastes delicious!
3. St Mary’s Chicken
St Mary’s Chicken is a super rich winner from The High Protein Handbook. It’s less than 300 calories and it’s a mid-week winner. If you’re wondering why it’s called “St Mary’s Chicken” it’s because I came up with it while I was doing a food prep course as part of my Masters at St Mary’s. So now you know.
4. Mexican Lasagne
What happens when you cross a lasagne with a plate of fajitas and some enchiladas? A ridiculous recipe called Mexican Lasagne which is one of the most popular of all time!
5. Cajun Chicken Jambalaya
From our website: Cajun Chicken Jambalaya
This is an absolute winner of a recipe that is one of the most downloaded recipes from our website! Cajun Chicken Jambalaya is a spicy, high protein, gluten free dish that you will love. Jambalaya originates from Louisiana and the name means ‘mixed up’ in French. That’s the beauty of this recipe, you can throw anything into it; different vegetables, you can swap the chicken for other meats and change the spices around too.
6. Peanut Chicken [Slow Cooker]
This recipe for Peanut Chicken from The High Protein Handbook 4 (Slow Cooker Special) is really easy to make, tastes epic and is just over 300 calories per portion. If you’re looking for some healthy dinner ideas to cook this week, then this is a winner!
7. Chicken Biryani
This Chicken Biryani is without a doubt one of my favourite recipes to cook. Once you make it, you’ll see why.