Top Five Hot, Cheap & Easy Recipe Posts for 2013!

29 Dec

I always like to have a look at which recipes really fired people up during the year.And this year it was a mix of steady veterans and newcomers, continental and Caribbean.

Number 5 is a bit of a cheat, as it is 10 posts in one…but it is also a relatively new post that quickly climbed the ranks and it is truly a good round-up and its popularity shows that people are really looking for good Puerto Rican recipes they can make even when far from the island. And that makes me happy.

Are your favorites here? Are there recipes you don’t see here that have become a part of your repertoire? I’d love to know!

And here they are, in reverse order….

5. Make Your Party Puerto Rican: 10 Classic Recipes for a Fab Fiesta

With a crackling skin and moist salty insides, this is the breaker of many a diet.

With a crackling skin and moist salty insides, this is the breaker of many a diet.

4. Arroz con Pollo: Puerto Rican Chicken and Rice…Old School

This dish puts the rico in Puerto Rico. Everyone thinks wistfully of their grandmother when they smell this coming

This dish puts the rico in Puerto Rico. Everyone thinks wistfully of their grandmother when they smell this coming

3. Pastelón de Amarillos (Puerto Rican lasagne layered with meat and sweet plantain)

One of the five all-time most searched for recipes on this blog. Got a Puerto Rican mother-in-law? Stun her with this one.

One of the five all-time most searched for recipes on this blog. Got a Puerto Rican mother-in-law? Stun her with this one.

2. Roasted Pattypan Squash

Folks are always looking for what to do with this increasingly popular squash

Folks are always looking for what to do with this increasingly popular squash

and Number One….

Sauteed Mushrooms and Onions (the best burger topper ever and thanks to Marianne for this one)

Have a delicious 2014 everyone!

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2 Responses to “Top Five Hot, Cheap & Easy Recipe Posts for 2013!”

  1. Karen December 30, 2013 at 8:53 am #

    I can see why Arroz con Pollo would be in the top five. We make it all the time…easy and delicious.

    • Natalia at Hot, Cheap & Easy December 30, 2013 at 9:07 am #

      I really need to make it more often! I somehow think of it as a party dish and yet it makes sense for everyday!

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