Recipe of the Day

Feast your eyes on our daily dose of top-rated recipes and fantastic food photos.

March 1: Peanut Butter Pork Tenderloin

"Delicious! We didnt have any pineapple preserves, so we used apricot jelly instead. When all the pork was gone, we just started eating the leftover sauce with a spoon."


March 2: Texas-Style Enchilada Sauce

"I use this recipe all of the time. It's the perfect enchilada sauce. I use chicken broth instead of water most of the time, but it's fine with water too."

-Chef Emstar

March 3: Moscow Mule

Moscow Mules are perfect when served in a copper mug—just make sure your mugs are lined with tin or aluminum. When copper comes in contact with acidic ingredients (like lime juice) the copper can leach out.

March 4: Chicago Italian Beef

Happy 182nd birthday, Chicago!

March 5: King Cake

"I'm from New Orleans and have had pretty much every bakery's king cake. This recipe could easily compete with the top ones!"

-Jenn from New Orlea

March 6: PB & Oreo Brownies

"Amazing! The peanut butter to Oreo ratio is perfect. I didn't use paper liners, instead coated the muffin tin with cooking spray. They were a little difficult to remove, but it did work."


March 7: Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta

"We love Alfredo but this spicier version was so good that our eyes were rolling in the backs of our heads. The sauce was so rich and creamy. We might try it with shrimp next time."


March 8: Borscht

"For a real treat, sprinkle with red wine vinegar (in place of the lemon juice) and some dill seed just before eating."


March 9: Pineapple Meatballs

"I found these very easy to make, and everyone loved them. I made smaller meatballs to take to a party. They didn't last long. If serving as a main course, I would serve with rice."

-Patti in Indy

March 10: Cream Cheese Ranch Chicken

"I followed the recipe exactly, although the ranch dressing packet I used was spicy ranch. It has a nice kick, great flavor and is so good over buttered noodles."


March 11: Singapore Street Noodles

"Love this recipe. The curry powder in the sauce is genius!"


March 12: Apple French Toast Casserole

"Easy to assemble the night before and bake in the morning. I used Granny Smith's because that's all I had on hand and it was still terrific."


March 13: Chicken Soup with Dill

"We really enjoyed this soup. Using parsnips was new to me, but I really liked the flavor it gives to the soup! Very comforting and delicious!"


March 14: Rainbow Pi Day Cake

Foodies and nerds unite to celebrate their love for Pi Day with this fun and colorful lemon pound cake. Slice inside to reveal a surprise multi-color pi symbol.

March 15: Sweetgreen Kale Caesar Salad

"Beware the ides of March."

-William Shakespeare

March 16: Antipasto Wraps

Celebrate National Artichoke Heart Day with one of these party platter-worthy swaps. Yes, this is a holiday.

March 17: Guinness Beef Stew

"I've tried this stew both with Guinness stout and draught, and once with Murphy's Irish Stout. Using a stout beer is the way to go. Gives it a richer flavor, not that flavor is lacking in this recipe!"


March 18: Grandma's Sloppy Joes

"I used this recipe to build a vegetarian sloppy Joe with mashed kidney beans and it was amazing!"


March 19: Oatmeal Banana Cookies

"This was just the recipe I was looking for as a late night snack! They came out with a nice, light banana aroma and flavor!"


March 20: Pork & Scallion Dumplings

These dumplings are stuffed with a savory pork and scallion filling then steamed to perfection. The dipping sauce is salty and sweet with a just a hint of chili oil.

March 21: Crunchwrap Supreme

"This Taco Bell copycat recipe is so outrageous that you just have to try it."

-Member 610488

March 22: Bacon Hash Brown Casserole

"Oh my goodness, this casserole was WAY too good. We had it for brunch and everyone loved the creamy, bacony, potato deliciousness!"


March 23: Spinach & Artichoke Dip

"I made this last night for a football party at my house and everyone absolutely loved it! I served it with fried bow tie pasta instead of chips or crackers."

-Jessica D

March 24: Pusheenicorn Cake Pops

Simply take a bite out of this festive cake pop to bring out the vibrant surprise inside.

March 25: Fried Chicken Waffles

"Savory fried chicken served on top of waffles made from Pillsbury biscuits dough with bacon bits. That's a one heck of delicious meal! Don't forget to drizzle some Maple Syrup before enjoying!"


March 26: Shakshuka

"Delicious typical Israeli breakfast, that really can be eaten as lunch or even dinner! Sauce can be made in a advance to be reheated at the time that eggs are done."


March 27: Bourbon Chicken

"Made this in a dutch oven, on a camping trip recently. It was delicious! Everyone just loved it. I didn't have one complaint. It was easy, I just pre-mixed the sauce ahead of time to cut down on prep time before dinner. I couldn't have been more happy with the results. Needless to say, we had a lot of happy campers!"


March 28: Quiche Lorraine Cups

These mini quiches are baked in crêpe cups, making this a French mash-up for the ages.

March 29: Red Velvet Angel Food Cake

“This Southern classic has been retooled into a 4-inch-high angel food cake that’s chocolaty-rich, moist and of course, bright red.”

-Meredith .F

March 30: Southern Fried Chicken

"Very good fried chicken recipe. For those who don't know, the key to good fried chicken is using a cast iron skillet. Trust me, it's worth getting one."


March 31: Clams Casino

"Being from Long Island and a family of clammers, clams were pretty much an everyday things. we had them every which way, but Clams Casino was always my favorite! This recipe is quick easy and by far the tastiest."