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The Recipes You’ve Been Searching for All in One Place

by Rachael Ray Show Staff 3:00 PM, September 15, 2016

Rachael Ray Show

Aired September 16, 2017

Chicken dishes are consistently the most-searched for recipes on our website. On Google, the number one recipe search is always for some kind of comfort food (think casseroles and skillet suppers). Keep reading for the top results.

The Top Comfort Foods
#1 CASSEROLE

Try This Recipe: Chicken Taco Skillet Lasagna

This lasagna is made in one skillet (easy clean-up!) and filled with layers of juicy chicken, beans, cheese and tortillas. Jake Smollett tops it all off with fresh slices of tomato and avocado.

#2 CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS
Try This Recipe: Clinton Kelly’s Buffalo Chicken Dumplings

Baby, when it’s cold outside sometimes you just need some chicken and dumpling love in your life. Here’s a fun twist on the dish that Clinton Kelly created - now it can be served as an appetizer or be part of a potluck spread!

#3 CHICKEN POT PIE
Try This Recipe: Chicken Pot Pie

For many people, chicken pot pie brings back a lot of great childhood memories. It’s great to eat on a cold, snowy day or even when you’re feeling a bit under the weather. Try this simple version from Rachael; instead of baking a whole pie, she fills ramekins with the chicken mixture and tops them off with puff pastry.

#4 MEATLOAF
Try This Recipe: Beef and Bacon Meatloaf

Meatloaf has been a dinner favorite of families all over the world for centuries. Rach makes it even better by adding salty bacon to the mix and smothering it with a sweet-and-savory secret sauce. Yum!

#5 BEEF STEW
Try This Recipe: Beef and Butternut Stew with Mustard Mashed Potatoes and Parsnips
 

Rach converts a wholesome classic dish like beef stew into a full-on meat-and-potatoes dinner. It’s easy to make, and she layers in tons of flavor with butternut squash and leeks. We have a hunch you and your family will love it!

The Most Searched Recipes
#1 PANCAKES

Try This Recipe: Perfect Pancake Batter
 

Pancakes are so versatile, you can pretty much mix-in and top them with anything! But first, you need a great base recipe to work with. Here, Sunny Anderson has created the perfect pancake batter to make all of your fluffy pancake dreams come true!

#2 BANANA BREAD
Try This Recipe: Stephanie Izard's Rice-Cooker Banana Bread

A moist slice of banana bread is perfect for brunch or even as a comforting dessert. If you happen to have a trusty rice cooker laying around (or have a fear of baking), chef Stephanie Izard shows you how to make it in one!

#3 MEATLOAF
Try This Recipe: Meatloaf Burgers
 

Meatloaf and burgers combined? Yes please! Rach sandwiches these juicy meatloaf patties between two thick, buttery slices of toast and tops everything off with creamy gravy, and crispy double-fried fries!

#4 CHILI
Try This Recipe: Red and Black Bean Chili and Sweet Potatoes
 

The best part of fall and football season? Chili! Here’s a hearty and meat-free one that everyone can enjoy.  It’s loaded with spicy chili peppers, roasted sweet potatoes, tomatoes and beans. Top it off with crunchy toasted pumpkin seeds and anything else you love!

#5 FRENCH TOAST
Try This Recipe: Sammy Hagar’s French Toast
 

Our fun pal Sammy Hagar says the best way to make french toast is to use day-old bread. Also, to get a bit more of a nutty flavor, he advises to use peanut oil when frying the toast. Complete this beautiful dish with warm maple syrup, fresh fruit and powdered sugar.

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