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So which recipes did our subscribers save the most this past month? Let’s count down the top six.
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6. Ultimate Cashew Chicken
Looking to get dinner on the table in under an hour? Cook’s Country’s Matthew Fairman brings you a nutty, umami-rich chicken dish that digital subscriber Heidi W. enthusiastically called a “new favorite!”
Ultimate Cashew ChickenThis skillet supper comes together quickly and doesn't skimp on flavor.
5. Cast Iron Pan Pizza
Cook’s Illustrated Senior Editor Lan Lam developed this approachable pie with beginners in mind. And it’s no less crispy or cheesy than other, more involved recipes. Digital member Michele G., who was born and raised in Italy, commented, “This excellent recipe reminds me of the pizza slices you would buy in a bakery when I was a kid.”
Cast Iron Pan PizzaAllow us to reacquaint you with your favorite pie: thick, plush, crisp, and extra-cheesy. And novice bakers, take note: There's no rolling, stretching, or baking stone required.
4. Rice Vermicelli with Chicken and Coconut Curry
For this recipe from our cookbook Cooking with My Dad, the Chef, Verveine Oringer developed a kid-friendly curry dish alongside her father, notable chef and restaurateur Ken Oringer. Subscriber Jen B. described it as “a delicious and easy weeknight dinner.”
Rice Vermicelli with Chicken and Coconut CurryThis cozy, Thai-inspired rice noodle soup is full of flavor, but simple enough for kids to make for family dinner.
3. Triple Mushroom Pasta
Cook’s Illustrated Associate Editor Erica Turner developed a luxurious pasta packed with plenty of earthy flavor that comes together in an hour. Subscriber Dixie H. posted that “It is definitely going into the meal rotation” at her house.
Triple Mushroom PastaClever techniques turn a trio of fungi into a luxe pasta sauce.
2. Bratkartoffeln (German fried potatoes)
In her second recipe in this list, Erica Turner developed our version of this classic German side with comfort in mind. If you’re looking for a new potato side dish to work into your repertoire, recipe commenters describe this one as “fabulous,” “wonderful,” and an “instant favorite.”
Bratkartoffeln (German Fried Potatoes)A jumble of sliced spuds, onions, and bacon, bratkartoffeln is a simple pleasure.
1. Chili-Spiced Chicken Thighs and Potatoes
Cook’s Illustrated Deputy Food Editor Andrea Geary developed this recipe by combining two ingenious techniques. Pairing flavorful, juicy chicken thighs and parboiled, craggy-edged potatoes, this simple but luxurious meal had digital subscriber Judy H. “counting on having leftovers, but nothing was left!”