The Most Popular Recipes in March

Want to know what the most well-loved recipes for the month of March were? 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!

Wow, it’s already the end of March and it came in like a lion and went out like a dozen hangry lions. There is no doubt that this has been a hard month for everyone, but we have seen this community band together and have had several uplifting comments that have gotten us through some long days. 

Which recipes helped you all get through this tough month? Let’s see!

A close up side view of a glass casserole dish with a wooden spoon scooping out the potato casserole.

Truly a comfort food classic, this cheesy favorite relies on simple ingredients found in your pantry (but no canned cream of anything soup!) and couldn't be easier to pull together.

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Best Boiled Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe - platter of sliced corned beef, carrots, potatoes, and cabbage sprinkled with herbs

We have several versions of corned beef on the site, but this one, simmered in the oven to tender perfection and flavored with our own special blend of spices. was the most popular this St. Patrick’s Day.  

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A horizontal image of two plates of yogurt marinated lemon chicken with pasta, olives and herbs. Each plate has a golden brown roasted chicken breast, roasted lemon wedges, sliced red onion, shell pasta and herbs scattered over top. The left plate has a knife and fork on the right side of the plate. The right plate is in partial view and has a fork on the left side of the plate.

A popular recipe from our Cooking for Two series, this chicken is marinated in yogurt to make it super tender, then served over pasta tossed with fresh herbs. Easy to prep, easy to cook, and loaded with flavor.

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Top view of easy hash brown egg bites on a white plate.

What makes these little bites extra special is the hash brown crust! Crispy potatoes form the perfect cup to nestle the eggs in. The best reason for using up those potatoes in your pantry.

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Side view of a fillet of broiled jerk salmon. The salmon has juices pooled at the bottom of it. A mixed green salad with citrus, two lime wedges and rice are visible on the plate behind the salmon. The plate is on a blue linen.

A healthy and flavor-packed dinner can be on the table in about 20 minutes with this salmon recipe! Yes, it’s that easy and yes, you probably have all the ingredients on hand to make the jerk seasoning. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, use habanero peppers!

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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. James Meiner

    Your recipes are great and I would very much like to make a few of them soon if only I could get the ingredients from the stores. The stores near me are perpetually empty. Maybe when we get to the other side of covid-19.