2022 is coming to an end, and now it’s time to reflect on the food we shared. Today we are sharing your top 10 recipes of 2022!
It is always fun to look back on a year’s worth of recipes to see what had the most significant impact on your taste buds and what recipes our readers enjoyed the most during the year. This year we shared almost 30 different recipes.
Like 2021, listing the top 10 recipes of 2022 focuses only on the newest recipes within the past 12 months. From smoky meat to veggie soups, these are our top 10 recipes of 2022. See what recipes made the most significant impact on your taste buds this year!
Jump-start 2023 with these delicious and popular recipes. They will surely bring a smile to anyone’s face and empty dirty plates in your dishwasher!
THE TOP 10 MOST POPULAR RECIPES OF 2022
#10 THAI SWEET CHILI SAUCE
The sauce is made of garlic, red chilies, honey, sugar, vinegar, and spices, and it only takes a few minutes to make. All the ingredients can be found in your pantry or local grocery store. Best of all, you can control the ingredients, from the sugar to the spicy kick. And it tastes so much better because it’s free of artificial colors and preservatives.
#9 BLUEBERY BREAD
This blueberry bread is moist and soft, studded with juicy blueberries with a crisp sugar crunch on top. It comes together quickly without fancy cooking gadgets, and there is no waiting for the yeast to rise.
#8 BEST POULTRY DRY RUB RICIPE
Use this amazing chicken rub recipe for something as easy as oven-baked chicken wings to a long slow cook. It’s excellent for smoked chicken or smoked turkey. This dry rub compliments almost any bbq sauce, so feel free to use it for bbq chicken!
#7 SPATCHCOCK SMOKED TURKEY
The turkey is butterflied (spatchcocked), rubbed with BBQ seasoning, and smoked over charcoal and cherry wood. Then finishes brushed with a beer butter glaze for crispier skin. The result is tender, juicy meat with loads of flavor.
Yes, spatchcock is a funny word, but you can cook a large turkey in less time with some serious flavor by following our tested spatchcocked turkey recipe.
#6 GRILLED OYSTERS ROCKAFELLER (OR BROILED)
I’ve always loved this dish, while David was never a fan. That is until he had my version of Oysters Rockefeller. This recipe is a kicked-up version of the traditional dish, using fresh spinach, parmesan, bacon, and panko breadcrumbs grilled over charcoal. Now, David keeps talking about making another batch of these delicious oysters.
Whether you’re having a backyard bbq or down by the seashore, you’ll love grilled Oysters, Rockefeller. And don’t worry, I’ve thrown in oven broiler cooking instructions too!
#5 GRILLED CEDAR PLANK SALMON
We’ve been grilling cedar plank salmon for a very long time. It never gets old! Our recipe is adapted from a Steven Raichlen recipe I stumbled across on the internet the first time we were looking for cedar plank recipes. We like the recipe because it is simple, and the ingredients compliment the fish and bring out the cedar flavor of the plank.
#4 HOW TO GRILL A PERFECT TOMAHAWK STEAK
A marvel to look at and even more delicious to eat, this cut of beef will surely satisfy your caveman or cavewoman instincts. If you’re craving beef’s unbelievable flavor and texture, then this steak is for you!
#3 PASTRAMI REUBEN SANDWICH
I adore the texture and multiple flavors of the pastrami Reuben sandwich. The melted gooey cheese and soft, tender smokey pastrami all nested under the sweet tanginess of sauerkraut and Thousand Island Dressing. All sandwiched between crispy brown grilled rye bread.
What is there not to love about this sandwich? This is the best Reuben sandwich you can make. Let us show you how!
#2 BEST BEEF DRY RUB
This is our favorite beef dry rub recipe. We use this dry rub on anything beef! It’s perfect for grilling, frying, searing, baking, or roasting. This dry rub spice blend does it all!
#1 ALL-PURPOSE PORK DRY RUB
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This is our favorite all-purpose pork dry rub recipe. We use this dry rub on anything pork! This dry rub spice blend does it all! It’s perfect for grilling, frying, searing, baking, or roasting.
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