10 Most Popular Recipes of 2017 on The Bossy Kitchen blog– These recipes are the most searched and most shared favorites. Have you made them yet? If not, you can find them anytime on my blog. Please enjoy!
The Bossy Kitchen blog is only one and a half years old, and even though it is still a relatively small blog compared with others, it brings around 30,000 visitors per month.
I look at this number as a huge 2017 accomplishment and a sign that I am doing something right.
At the end of 2017, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the whole year’s performance and bring you the top 10 most popular recipes of the blog.
These recipes are the most searched and most shared favorites. Have you made them yet?
This recipe of Mini Turnover Cookies with Jam is an old family little treasure, which I inherited from my paternal German grandmother who lived in Transylvania.
The dough is cut with a water glass or a round cookie cutter, then a dollop of jam is placed in the middle. My grandmother used to fold the cookie in half and seal it with a fork. Relatively easy to make, the cookies are a delicious snack or dessert to have around.
As we are going through holidays and this recipe is the most traditional one for Christmas and New Year in Romania, I have to share it with you! I am so happy that it also made it to the top 10 recipes on my blog!
We make these cabbage rolls with fresh cabbage in the summer or with pickled cabbage (sauerkraut) in the winter. This recipe is an authentic traditional Romanian one, and it is truly the way my grandma and my mom used to make it, so enjoy!
This is a delicious recipe of rum balls coming from Romania. Rum balls are very versatile, you can make them with graham crackers, but you can also use crushed vanilla wafers, shortbread cookies, digestive biscuits, chocolate wafers, or even leftover cake.
This is a super easy and delicious recipe to make when you have absolutely no inspiration to cook for dinner. I make this recipe quite often and use different pork cuts. This time I made it with boneless center-cut pork chops, but you can use anything available.
This traditional Hungarian goulash is a beef stew cooked with lots of onions, Hungarian paprika, tomatoes, and sweet peppers.
Very popular in Hungary and other parts of Eastern Europe, this stew can be served with bread and pasta, like spaetzle, boiled or roasted potatoes, and pickles. It is a very hearty dish that works best for chilly days.
It feeds a crowd, and it is nutritious and very easy to make. It is a very comforting meal, perfect for your family.
I usually make this Charlotte Russe Cake for New Year’s Eve. A classic European cake, the Charlotte Russe recipe is a very old one.
It is still a very popular cake in Romania, especially around New Year’s Eve but not only. Birthdays, anniversaries, and other family and friends reunions are always a good occasion to make this delicious dessert.
This recipe can be made any day of the week. It is easy to make, cooks fast, feeds a crowd (which makes it awesome for a potluck or a big party), it is full of flavor, the leftovers are great, goes well in tacos or just with simple rice (you can try this Mexican rice recipe here) OR you can eat it just like that.
It even makes a good option for a low-carb diet, especially after the holidays. This being said, it is no wonder why this recipe is so loved!
This is it, my friends! How many of these recipes have you tried already?
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