Ever since Jmore started sharing recipes, there have been a few that our readers have come back to time and time again. 2020 was no exception.
Here’s a look back at the recipes that our readers viewed the most this year:
If you’ve been to a falafel or shwarma stand in Israel, then you have probably heard of amba. It’s a spiced pickled mango condiment whose popularity in Israel comes by way of the Iraqi Jewish community.
Part of our this Rosh Hashanah recipe collection in 2018, this quiche recipe from The Classic Catering People works great for breakfast or brunch.
This cheesy-carby deliciousness is basically all the comfort food you could possibly crave in one single dish: cheese, runny egg yolk and butter, all being held by homemade bread.
Schnitzel is one of the ultimate comfort foods. It’s hard not to like a food that is fried and golden brown.
Danishes are made traditionally with puff pastry, but Entenmann’s dough deviates from the norm. Instead of puff pastry with its flaky croissant-like texture, it uses an enriched dough more akin to brioche.
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