Top 5 Recipes of 2011

2011 has been a busy year for Amanda and I. When cooking was not on our minds, our full time jobs and personal lives often kept us quite distracted!

Nonetheless, we managed to cook up some pretty great recipes. Here are the top 5 that I think were quite successful, not only for us, but also according to comments we've received from readers:

#5.  The Tomato and Cucumber Salad was greatly enjoyed by many people over the last few months. The freshness of the yogourt dressing is a nice break from the hot meals that are often cooked up in the winter. This easy-peasy recipe takes about 10 minutes to make - great to whip up as a last minute addition to your meal! 

#4. The Baked Pasta with Sausage and Eggplant is a recipe that all boys will love to have before a hockey game. I know a few of them who were quite satisfied with this easy-to-make-yet-delicious pasta dish! Don't be fooled though, this pasta is not only for the boys - make sure to keep make a batch for yourself, you won't want to share that one with anybody!

#3. The Pad Thai recipe clearly was a hit in our circle of friends. With so many variations to this recipe, I am proud to say that it's made it into our top 5. Check out Amanda's comment to make this recipe a more guilt-free recipe!

#2. A great number of people were delighted by the Spinach Pear and Parmesan Salad. This salad has definitely made it to Stute Kitchen's top charts for it's nutritious and delicious flavors. Make it for your next pot luck, your guests won't be disappointed!  

#1. The Summer-Lovin' Sweet and Sour Skewers were definitely a hit last summer. I will always remember the guys' faces when they saw the big plate of skewers - they definitely did NOT expect to have such a great meal during a cottage week end! These juicy chicken and shrimp skewers are definitely keepers for next summer's bbq's!

We're looking forward to cooking new recipes this year and we hope you'll share some with us as well!

Happy new year and happy cooking!

- CK
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