The Most Popular Recipes in February

Let's take a look at what the most well-loved recipes for the month of February were, shall we? You know the ones: the recipes our Simply Sous Chefs (that’s you!) have been cooking, sharing, and talking about nonstop. Read on to see what made the cut!

The month of love and hearts has come and gone (all too quickly, I might add), but the Simply Team is ready for March and maybe even a glimpse of spring!

As always, we are working behind-the-scenes drumming up new recipes, taking all the photos, and sending those recipes to our Simply Testers who make and test every single recipe that goes on our site. But before we get carried away, let’s see which recipes you were loving the MOST in February.

February was a big month for classics with a twist. In case you missed any of these fan favorites, it’s not too late to get in on the (delicious) fun!

Horizontal view of white plate with slice of small batch lasagna and garnished with chopped parsley. A partial view of the baked lasagna in the glass pan is to the right of the plate. Above the plate to the left is a small bowl of lettuce and a tumbler. A fork is on the left of the plate.

This classic recipe is scaled down and made in a loaf pan. It still boasts all the delicious flavors we know and love, but is perfectly portioned for two!

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Side view of chinese take out orange chicken recipe in a scalloped white bowl with a partial view of a bowl of white rice to the left.

This chicken is where it's at!  This dish is loaded with sweet citrus flavors, sesame seeds, and scallions and is easy to make at home. No need for take-out.

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easy chicken alfredo with linguine

Creamy alfredo CAN happen on a weeknight and it CAN be on the table in about 25 minutes. Also? It's family-friendly making it a dish that's sure to wiggle its way onto your permanent menu rotation.

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This vibrant dish is bursting at the seams with all sorts of bold flavors and textures. While this dish may take some time to make, it has a giant "wow" factor that'll have you coming back for more.

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Top view of a homemade king cake on a white plate. Forks and a green linen are to the left. A small plastic baby figurine is above as well as Mardi Gras beads

If you couldn't make it to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, bring the celebration home to you! We break this cake down step-by-step so you can party any time you want.

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Claudia Cash

Claudia is the Community Manager for Simply Recipes, and finds joy building relationships with our readers through Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. As the mother of 5 girls, she is passionate about family dinner and having that time together every day to connect with those we love, even if it's over toast and eggs.

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  1. Judith

    I made the Jeweled Rice Salad, easy and very good. Pomegranates are now, unfortunately out of season. It’s not as good with the jarred pomegranate seeds.

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