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Friday, December 29, 2017

Top 10 Recipes of 2017



Looking back each year at the Top 10 Recipes of the Year is always a lot of fun. I get to see those that really caught your attention. Sometimes I'm surprised by a few of them but the numbers don't lie, so we're about to count them down to number one.

Before we get started with the top 10 recipes of 2017, I would like to take a moment to say "Thank You". I appreciate y'all stopping by to visit, and your continued support. We've grown quite a bit this year on Facebook and started a new group where we can all share together. We started our free newsletter so we can stay in touch, ensuring you don't miss new recipes. It's been a great year for sure! We have another exciting change coming soon, so y'all stay tuned for the big announcement.  Okay, here we go, counting them down......your favorites for 2017.

Top 10 Recipes of 2017


10. Pineapple Casserole

This is the recipe that I almost forgot about! I was thrilled when I saw it at a restaurant this past summer and knew I had to share it with all of you (and to remind myself so I don't forget about it again). You'll find this dish at gatherings and it's a delicious blending of some ingredients you might not expect.

  Pineapple Casserole - Southern

9. Seafood Pasta Salad

There are many of you who enjoy seafood as much as I do, making this seafood pasta salad next in our countdown. Look at all those delicious bits of lobster, crab and shrimp.

  Seafood Pasta Salad

8. Southern Fried Chicken Livers

There is either a you love it or hate it relationship with chicken livers for most people. Pass the gravy y'all cause I love them!

  Southern Fried Chicken Livers - Julia's Simply Southern

7. Pork Tenders

Move over chicken and let the pork in the house! This is a kid friendly dish the whole family will enjoy.

  Pork Tenders

6. Milk Boiled Corn

Add a rich and delicious sweetness to corn on the cob with this indulgent cooking method. You'll never boil corn in plain 'ole water again.

  Southern Milk Boiled Corn

5. Oven Baked BBQ Pork Chops

Oven baked BBQ pork chops are a no frills but tasty meal. Perfect for busy families.

  Oven Baked BBQ Pork Chops - Pork Chops recipe

4. Cucumber Salad

A fresh and crisp old fashioned Southern favorite.

  Southern Cucumber Salad

3. Southern Skillet Fried Apples

Never dare call this dish a dessert. No. No. No. It is and always will be a side dish. A little scoop of ice cream wouldn't hurt though  ;-)

  Southern Skillet Fried Apples

2. Chicken and Dressing Casserole

Comfort food at it's best!

  Chicken and Dressing Casserole

1. Creamed Chipped Beef & Toast (S.O.S)

I could have never guessed this would be the recipe that went viral this year but it did. I became the chipped beef queen of 2017 because so many love this dish. HaHa!  This dish originated in our nation's military. So many of you took time to share your fond memories of this dish. A recipe so simple but it has touched so many lives.

  Creamed Chipped Beef and Toast

There you have it, the reader's favorites of 2017. Thank you so much for being a part of my year!

9 comments:

  1. What a great list of southern recipes! No wonder they are the top 10! Thanks for sharing on Friday Frenzy Link Party!

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    1. Kelly Lynn, you are such a sweetheart! Thank you.

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  2. So. Much. Yummy-ness. Thank you for sharing so many awesome recipes! Looking forward to what you'll be sharing in 2018! Happy New Year!

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  3. All of these dishes look delicious, I actually made the chicken and dressing for Christmas. It's my grandmother's recipe except we never put the Stove top in it, definitely will have to try that. For sure will be trying the pineapple casserole. Thank you for the recipes!!

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  4. These all look and sound amazing, Julia! Pinned! P~

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  5. Looks like you had a fabulous year of great food! Happy to see you here at Full Plate Thursday and thanks so much for sharing with us.
    Miz Helen

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