The 10 Most Popular Recipes from Kitchn This August
While August is still most definitely summer, it’s a month of change for some, with it also being back-to-school time depending on where you live. This month’s most-saved recipes reflect this, with a mix of seasonal, cookout-friendly recipes like corn casserole, but also weeknight-friendly recipes that help make getting back into the grind easier, like sheet pan balsamic-glazed chicken.
Here are your 10 favorites.
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This easy corn casserole makes the most of the abundance of fresh corn we just can’t get enough us this time of year. Double the recipe and it’s perfect for end-of-summer cookouts.
A roasted sweet potato and an egg are really all it takes to make these protein-rich pancakes that are perfect for a quick breakfast or breakfast-for-dinner situation.
These lunch bowls are a wholesome take on everyone’s favorite takeout dish. All the components can be made in advance, which makes this a great choice for meal preppers.
This juicy chicken dinner is a complete meal, thanks to the inclusion of potatoes and bell peppers. That makes it an easy choice for busy weeknights.
This three-ingredient sauce really is magic: It pairs well with just about anything you toss on the grill and comes together in seconds.
This one-pan dinner is the perfect way to make use of summer tomatoes before they’re gone for good.
It’s hard to beat the taste of homemade pesto. Now’s the perfect time to gather up what’s left in your garden and make a batch to freeze for later.
Using both fresh and dried turmeric in this recipe in the secret to ensuring it has the most vibrant yellow hue possible.
If you’re tired of the same ol’ fruit salad, get to know this vinaigrette. It’s a sweet, tangy addition that really jazzes things up.
This fun twist on eggplant Parmesan is a must-make recipe this time of year, when the farmers markets are overflowing with the purple vegetable.