We have 15+ recipes saved on Pinterest in 2023

We have 15+ recipes saved on Pinterest in 2023

We’ve been posting a lot of beautiful food photographs on Pinterest in 2023, but these 20 are the ones that stole people’s hearts. From bright, fresh flavors for breakfast to warm, cheesy treats for dinner, these healthy and delicious works of art have earned the most savings as stunning dishes on and off screen. Delicious recipes like this spinach and mushroom quiche and cucumber sandwich are worth making again and again.

Spinach and mushroom quiche

Antonis Achilleus

This healthy vegetarian quiche recipe is super simple. It’s quiche without the tough crust! It’s filled with sweet wild mushrooms and delicious Gruyère cheese. Enjoy it for breakfast or lunch, or serve it with a light salad for lunch.

Mahi Mahi bread with garlic butter and herbs

Photographer: Jane Causey, Food Stylist: Ruth Blackburn

The baked mahi mahi is cooked over lemon slices that infuse their flavor through the fish, which is complemented by a garlic and herb sauce baked on top. We love mahi mahi meat, but this simple technique works well with other fish, too, like salmon, cod, or halibut.

Chicken paella

Victor Protasius

A Spanish dish from the Valencia region, paella is named after the cooking vessel itself: a shallow, round pan made of carbon steel that heats quickly and evenly. A good paella pan helps create the socarat, or the crunchy layer of rice crust at the bottom that is the most valuable part of the dish. A large skillet will also work if you don’t have a paella pan. Look for bomba rice or short-grain Valencia rice in specialty markets. Be aware that risotto rice like Arborio will not work here, since paella rice is not supposed to be creamy.

Vegetarian tacos with zucchini and corn

Photographer: Jane Causey, Food Stylist: Emily Nabors Hall

Fresh vegetarian tacos with zucchini and corn take advantage of the best summer produce. Chipotle-infused refried beans add a layer of heat. For vegetarian tacos, skip the queso board and add chopped avocado in its place.

Tuna patties in the air fryer

Photography/Greg Dupree, Design/Ruth Blackburn/Julia Bayliss

These delicious and flavorful air fryer tuna patties won’t disappoint for a quick lunch or dinner. They hold their shape well while cooking, with a soft center and a crispy outside. Peppery arugula and lemon mayonnaise sauce complete the meal.

Okonomiyaki (Japanese cabbage pancake)

Photographer: Stacy K. Allen. Food Designer: Anna Kelly, Props Designer: Christina Brockman

This cabbage pancake is a popular dish throughout Japan and can be easily modified to suit your preferences. While the fillings and toppings can vary, from ham and fried eggs to ginger and bonito flakes, the base features a cabbage patty made with a flavorful mixture — and that’s what we do here to let the vegetables shine. This dish’s flexibility is reflected in its name, okonomi yaki, which roughly translates to “cooked the way you like it.”

Cucumber sandwich

Photographer / Antonis Achillios, Publicity Designer / Kay Clarke, Food Stylist / Ruth Blackburn

This creamy and crunchy cucumber sandwich recipe strikes a nice balance between decadent and light. Cream cheese and yogurt complement the refreshing, crunchy cucumbers, while the delicious flavor and texture of whole wheat bread brings everything together.

Mashed zucchini with pesto and burrata

Photographer: Fred Hardy II, Food Designer: Ali Rami, Props Designer: Josh Hogel

Thin zucchini rings are topped with creamy burrata and a tangy, bright pesto for an easy side dish that’s sure to impress. Crushed red pepper adds a slight touch of spice to round out the flavors.

Air fryer breakfast bowl

Photographer: Fred Hardy, Food Stylist: Karen Rankin, Prop Designer: Josh Hogel

These delicious breakfast casseroles make excellent use of the air fryer. Tortillas are the perfect medium for scooping up the egg, pepper and tomato filling, plus they can absorb the runny yolk. Lemon juice adds brightness to finish the dish.

Tiramisu-inspired overnight oats

Photographer: Sarah Burley, Food Designer: Julia Levy, Prop Designer: Josh Hogel

Tiramisu, a classic Italian dessert, serves as the inspiration for the flavor of the overnight oats. Instant espresso powder adds a touch of bitterness to the dish, which is balanced by the sweetness of the maple syrup. Top each serving with yogurt for some flavor, but you can also try substituting ricotta. A dusting of cocoa powder on top is a nod to the dessert’s distinctive appearance. These are meal-friendly oats, but if you find that the oats become too dry while in the fridge, add more almond milk until they are thinned to the desired consistency.

Creamy lemon and basil chicken

Photographer: Jane Causey, Food Stylist: Ruth Blackburn

This creamy lemon and basil chicken is super quick, bright, and refreshing. Using whole lemon slices in the sauce collects the essential oils from the peel as well as the acid from the flesh and adds a deeper flavor than the juice and peel alone.

Green Gods Ricotta Pasta

Photographer: Sarah Burley, Food Designer: Julia Levy, Prop Designer: Josh Hogel

We take the flavors of Green Gods Sauce—lemon, anchovies, and herbs—and use them as the base for a bright, colorful pasta sauce. We like a combination of basil, chives, parsley, and tarragon, but you can mix up herbs depending on what you have on hand. Adding ricotta to the sauce creates a wonderful velvety texture, while the acidity of the lemon juice balances the creaminess. We use shells which keep the sauce pooling well, but you can easily substitute them with other pasta if you prefer. To enhance the vegetables even further, try adding asparagus or peas to the dish.

My mom’s creamy chicken and broccoli casserole

Brian Woodcock; Design: Cindy Barr

This light, creamy chicken dish is packed with veggies. The sauce at the heart of this family-friendly casserole uses fat-free milk mixed with fat-free Greek yogurt and a little mayonnaise to give it body.

Citrus salad with pomegranate and mint

Brittany Connerly

This citrus salad, made with grapefruit, tangerines, navel and blood oranges, is also at home as part of breakfast and brunch or served as a refreshing, low-sugar dessert. A splash of orange blossom water gives it an intoxicating scent.

Cauliflower-jalapeno dip

Photographer: Morgan Hunt Glaze, Prop Designer: Shell Royster, Food Designer: Chelsea Zimmer

This Creamy Cauliflower and Jalapeño Dip combines cream cheese, cooked cauliflower, and grilled jalapeños that together make a light and flavorful dip perfect for a gathering or game day. Serve with crackers, crostini, pita chips, or alongside crunchy raw vegetables for dipping.

Shirataki noodles with chicken, feta and tomatoes

Photographer: Jane Causey, Food Stylist: Emily Nabors Hall

We pair shirataki noodles with feta cheese and tomatoes in this quick and vibrant dinner recipe. The tomatoes release their juices to create a shiny sauce that sticks to the noodles and carries with them the flavors of garlic, oregano, and basil. Crumbled feta and Kalamata olives add salty flavour.

Summer berry salad with toasted pecans and feta

Elizabeth Lassiter

This fresh berry salad is perfect for a backyard cookout or poolside party. Pair it with grilled chicken, pork chops, or fish—or serve it with a variety of classic summer dishes like potato salad and coleslaw. Blueberries are the stars here, so choose the best you can find. Look for ripe berries that have a deep blue color and a juicy “pop” when you eat them. If you can’t find fresh berries, you can substitute frozen berries in a pinch. Simply thaw the blueberries under room temperature water, then pat them dry with paper towels.

Anti-inflammatory beans on toast

Photographer: Jane Causey, Food Stylist: Emily Nabors Hall

This Beans on Toast recipe is inspired by a traditional UK breakfast, where toast is spread with delicious baked beans. Here we add mushrooms which add texture and enhance the delicious flavor of the dish. Mushrooms are full of selenium, an antioxidant that may help reduce inflammation in the body. Other nutrient-packed ingredients, like the fiber in multigrain bread and the capsaicin in chili powder, add even more anti-inflammatory power. Use multigrain bread to soak up the sauce. Serve with a scrambled or fried egg on the side.

Grape juice

Photographer: Jane Causey, Food Stylist: Ruth Blackburn

Calling all grape lovers! This grape smoothie features lots of sweet, frozen red grapes mixed with banana, vanilla, and Greek-style yogurt, both of which add creaminess, while berries add color and fruity flavor to complement the grapes.

French onion galette

Aaron Kirk

The trick to making this simple, elegant dish taste amazing is: Don’t rush. You really want to caramelize the onions to give the galette a silky texture and deep, rich, decadent flavor. But when you’re done, you’ll have a rustic, free-form version of a delicious tart that’s enough to serve to guests. Or make one for yourself on a quiet Sunday, and save the leftovers for weekday lunches. Serve it sliced ​​with a simple side salad for a vegetarian lunch or dinner, or pair it with your favorite eggs for a delicious brunch.

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