22 Recipes Everyone Should Know How to Cook

Did you see Bon Appetit’s post about the 22 recipes everyone should know how to cook?

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We’re doing pretty well over here, how about you?*

1.  Spaghetti and Meatballs

2.  Classic Salad

3.  Chicken Pot Pie  (and on a larger scale, use this recipe)

4.  Garlic Bread

5.  Chocolate Chip Cookies (or, here, here, or here)

6. Fritatta (classic, or leftover-friendly)

7.  Fried Chicken

8.  Cocoa Brownies (and because there is no definitive best brownie, here, here, or here)

9.  Pancakes (my favorite classic buttermilk pancakes, and a roundup of some other winners here)

10. Burger (I don’t have a recipe for burgers?  Probably because my husband grills them.)

11.  Mac and Cheese

12.  Chicken Noodle Soup

13. Pot Roast – coming soon!

14.  Potato Salad (I’m partial to mayo-free versions)

15. Lasagna Bolognese (and a much easier version here)

16.  Roast Chicken

17.  Fried Rice (No idea where to start on this one.  Any tips, dear readers?)

18.  Tomato Soup

19. Perfect Pan Roasted Chicken Thighs (Okay, they’re not pan roasted.  But I’m not really allowed to make any other ones)

20. Mashed Potatoes

21. The Perfect Pot of Rice (this is my husband’s domain)

22.  Mussels (no thank you)

*always cook with wine

4 thoughts on “22 Recipes Everyone Should Know How to Cook

  1. Fried rice is my go to meal when I’m in charge of dinner. The best peanut sauce: crunchy PB, soy sauce, siracha, lime juice, cider vinegar, ground ginger, and garlic. Then grill some chicken, onions, peppers, carrots (and any other veggies on hand), cook the rice, and throw it all in a pan together on low. Once it’s combined and warm, add an egg or two and scramble.

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