As we trudged through the last month of winter, our most-saved recipes were a collision of carbs, comfort, and convenience. You kept recipes for pizza, easy home-baked bread, and breakfast recipes on your radar so you can come back to them again and again — and I know I'll be doing the same.
Here were the 10 most popular Kitchn recipes this March.
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I love serving this egg casserole just as much for dinner as I do for breakfast. A generous helping of beans and cheese are layered between corn tortillas, blanketed with a spicy-sweet tomato sauce, then topped with eggs and baked.
If you're always searching for new ideas for on-the-go breakfasts, portable lunches, or a little some extra to round out a bowl of soup or salad for dinner, these savory muffins are the answer. Save them now so you can come back to them again and again.
While these sandwiches are great straight from the oven, they freeze and reheat like a dream.
This is a recipe to keep nearby when you want to give pizza night a twist. If you have some extra time, make a double batch and freeze the rest for later.
Sure you can buy it, but this pizza night DIY comes together with just a few pantry ingredients, and one batch will last for quite a while.
If you're skeptical that home-cooked fries could ever be as good as something from a restaurant, this version will change your mind forever.
Like its namesake inspiration, this casserole is just as delicious — if not more so — at room temperature or even when pulled straight from the fridge than it is hot out of the oven.
This is the recipe that taught me just how surprisingly easy it is to make pizza dough at home. And even though I basically have it memorized, I still refer back to it every once in a while.
When your craving for home-baked bread simply cannot wait, this is the loaf you want on your side. It's just as easy as classic no-knead bread, and comes together with an hour on the clock.
When it comes to reliable, classic pizza made at home, it does not get any better than this thin-crust version. Add it to your recipe box so you can come back to it again and again when pizza night rolls around.