Top Foraged Dish Recipes In 2016

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We're celebrating today! Celebrating what? A birthday! Not mine, no--it's not actually a person's birthday. It's this blog's second birthday tomorrow! Last year, I had fun going back through all of the recipes from Foraged Dish's first year, and looked at what was most popular. Then I posted all of those recipes together for you all to see, here. So what about year two? Which oldie recipes have stayed on the top 10 list and which new ones have climbed the charts? Find out! 

1. Creamy Basil Tomato Chicken

Top recipe: creamy tomato basil chicken

By far my most popular recipe since the start of 2016, this dinner will have you wishing you had a bigger basil plant. Get the recipe here

2. Rhubarb Upside Down Cake

Top recipe: rhubarb cake

Isn't it pretty? That's probably why this cake has been one of my most popular recipes since the beginning of time (ok, maybe not the beginning of time--but since it's been published). Recipe here

3. Raspberry Cashew Cheesecake Slices

Top recipe: raw raspberry cheesecake

Valentines day is long gone but I'm sure there are plenty of other excuses to make this raw cheesecake! Recipe.

4. Cauliflower Parsnip Soup

Top recipe: cauliflower soup

I could eat this soup for weeks on end. Cauliflower + Parsnips = creamy goodness. Caramelized onions + sautéd apples = YES, yes, yes! Get the recipe

5. Indian Carrot Pudding

Top recipe:  carrot pudding

This recipe is near and dear to my heart, but I was surprised to see you all love it too. Surprised, and so so glad! Get the recipe, here

6. Easy Sweet Potato & Chicken Curry

top recipe: sweet potato curry

I would say I have an unhealthy obsession with curries, but this curry is really quite healthy! Bring on the seconds. Find the recipe here

7. Paleo Shepards Pie

top recipe: shepards pie

Somedays you just want to curl up on the couch with some comfort food. Make this recipe when you do! 

8. Swedish Meatballs

top recipe: swedish meatballs

The all-time most popular recipe on this blog. You'll have to make it to understand! 

9. Flourless Chocolate Cake

top recipe: chocolate cake

You guys are after my heart, are you? If I had to pick one dessert to eat forever, it might just be chocolate. This cake makes chocolate the star, with no distractions. Make it, now

10. Vanilla Custards

top recipes: vanilla fruit custards

Another recipe that makes my heart smile. Custard tarts layered with fruit were a specialty of my dad. This particular version is sweetened with fruit and uses dairy-free milk! Get the recipe

What was your favorite recipe so far this year?