Perfect 10: Get 2013’s Most Searched-For Recipes
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Call it cooking by clicking. Google just announced the top 10 recipe searches of 2013, proving that we’ve been all been in search of a little comfort this year.
Homey classics like chili, lasagna and guacamole made a repeat appearance, while newcomers hummus and sangria entered the top 10 for the first time. But the next time you’re craving one of these foods, there’s no need to Google for hours—we’ve complied our favorite (celeb-approved) recipes for the most-requested dishes right here.
Spice up football season (and get a jump-start on Super Bowl party planning!) with a meaty black bean recipe from acclaimed barbecue restaurant The Salt Lick in Austin, Texas. Get the recipe!
Of course, pastry chef Dominique Ansel‘s famous croissant-doughnut hybrid is top secret, but this doughnut bread pudding from pastry chef Stephen Collucci, of Colicchio & Sons restaurant in N.Y.C., should satisfy your craving. Get the recipe!
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5. APPLE PIE
Americana in a glass: Food Network’s Cupcake Wars winners Catarah Hampshire and Shoneji Robison do the cutest single servings of the traditional southern recipe—in a mason jar! Get the recipe!
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Forget the spaghetti—Top Chef’s Fabio Viviani‘s version is a meal in itself (the secret? Wagyu beef!). Make the meatball that has its own Twitter feed. Get the recipe!
There’s hummus among us … whip up this flavorful Middle Eastern dip in minutes, and you’ll never go wrong (or hungry). Get the recipe!
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