February’s Most Popular Recipes

February 28, 2013 | By | Comments (2)

With spring just around the corner, we’re slowly starting to move away from the casseroles of January and on to veggie-packed dishes and seafood. Of course, a top-rated, Valentine’s-worthy chocolate treat also climbed its way to the top.

Here are February’s 10 most popular Cooking Light recipes on our sister site, Myrecipes.com, and our top-pinned recipes on Pinterest.

Salmon Croquettes

Salmon Croquettes: Ready in just twenty minutes, this 5-star recipe gets rave reviews: “I love this recipe. I made it as a Saturday early dinner and got rave reviews. Will make this over and over and over!!”

Vegetable Lasagna

Vegetable Lasagna: Lots of colorful, delicious baby veggies between pasta layers reduce the typical mounds of cheese.

Hot Chocolate Fudge Cakes

Hot Chocolate Fudge Cakes: These hot-from-the-oven dark chocolate desserts are the perfect grand finale for any celebration—especially Valentine’s Day.

Easy Baked Fish Fillets

Easy Baked Fish Fillets: This recipe from 1999 is easy, kid-friendly, and turns out great every time—no wonder it’s a favorite year after year.

Szechuan Chicken Stir-Fry

Szechuan Chicken Stir-Fry: All the tasty take-out flavors you crave come together with fresh ingredients for a quick 25-minute meal.

Classic Banana Bread

Classic Banana Bread: One of our most basic banana breads, this recipe lives up to its name; it’s a classic.

Classic Pad Thai

Classic Pad Thai: The national dish of Thailand, simple to make and delicious to eat.

Chicken with Brussels Sprouts and Mustard Sauce

Chicken with Brussels Sprouts and Mustard Sauce: A zesty mustard sauce dresses chicken breasts and sauteed Brussels sprouts.

Baked Pasta with Spinach, Lemon, and Cheese

Baked Pasta with Spinach, Lemon, and Cheese: Fresh lemon zest adds a delicious zing to this wonderfully simple comfort-food favorite.

Gluten-Free Chicken Enchiladas

Chicken Enchiladas: Gluten free and simple to prepare, this enchilada recipe uses pantry-friendly ingredients.

COMMENTS

  1. Mallory Brasseale

    Hi Vivian, You can find the recipe for the Slow-Cooker Marinara here: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/slow-cooker-marinara-50400000125787/ Enjoy!

    March 18, 2013 at 1:17 pm
  2. Vivian Fortner

    I am a subscriber to Cooking Light. Somehow I misplaced my January/February issue and the recipe for Slow-Cooker Marinara sauce was in it. Is there a site where I can find it?
    Many thanks for your help.
    Vivian Fortner rvfortner57@verizon.net

    March 17, 2013 at 1:09 pm

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