Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Most Popular Recipe of 2019- Countdown to 2020

And for today, we have the most popular recipe of the year, AKA as the Reader's Fave.
Readers Faves 2019

Guess what? It happened to be a recipe from my Danish background.

A Christmas cookie in fact, although it is an easy cookie to make year round as well.  If you're a fan of shortbread and nuts, this is the perfect cookie.

It's called Finsk Brød and it was the reader favorite for the year, and I only published it in December.  Goes to show, you can guess as much as you like, but it's impossible to see just what catches the public's notice.
Finsk Brød

But I also want to give an honorable mention to a couple more Reader Faves, and one of them was a bit of a shocker. 
It wasn't Danish.

Nope it was a Hungarian dish. Rakott Teszta  or Rakott Metelt, which basically means Layered Noodles.  I actually, wait for it, made my own noodles for this dish.
You weren't surprised by that? 
All I know is, when I brought it to a gathering, it was gobbled up, fast.
Rakott Teszta

The runner up for most views, which translates to Viewer Faves was Toad in a Hole. 
I had to share this one as well, especially since I've since made it several times, so it's a fave with me.
Toad in a Hole
I try to do this every year, it's fun to see what was made and shared and just get a great overview of how the year went.   This is hosted by Fantastical Sharing. Countdown to 2020

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Sidsel Munkholm - Author
Sidsel Munkholm - Author

Sid loves to cook, feed people and have fun in the kitchen. She shares her successes and the involuntary offerings she sometimes gives the kitchen goddess as well. And she's still looking for the mythical fairy to help her clean the kitchen after a marathon cooking session. Currently working on a cookbook showcasing the recipes from her Danish heritage.


  1. Thanks for sharing this recipe!! it looks so amazing and your cooking tips are very much clear... I will try to cook it for sure thanks for sharing once again!!!

    check my recipes
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    Amul cream

    punjabi tawa chicken

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  2. I can see why the teszta made the list - when you shared it for the breakfast(?) countdown post, I was immediately drawn to it. It looks insanely good!

    1. It was amazing, and I'll be making it again for a gathering, cause while I could eat the whole thing myself, I'd rather share the calories. I'm thoughtful that way.


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