Here are the top 10 recipes from 2019 shared in Food Corner! I wish you all a Happy New Year with healthier cooking in this year! From Sri Lankan recipes to other delicious recipes I shared new recipes in this food blog throughout the year. Most of these recipes could catch the eyes of the readers with more shares, views and comments.
I am sure you love to find out the most popular recipes of food Corner. Yes, it is not a secret anymore. Below are the best recipes of the year 2019.You can click on the recipe name to find the detailed recipe. To make the post more interesting I like to share some of the best comments received too.
Let’s go through the top 10 recipes from 2019!
1. Marshmallow Recipe without corn syrup
Great recipe. My grandfather loves marshmallows and I’d really love to make these for him. – Says Nyxie.
2. Grilled Pineapples on the Stove
I tried this recipe.It was so easy.I never thought that pineapples can be grilled. -Thamari
3. Sri Lankan Style Arugula Sambola
I live in another country so we are missing our sambola taste.Thank you for this recipe idea.I made it.So delicious with rice and curry. -Says Chamanthi
4. Sri Lankan Bath Aggala (Leftover Rice Balls)
They’re like little protein balls! A great way to use left over rice. Thank you for sharing. – Says Nixie
5. Asparagus with Lemon Dressing
Asparagus is one of my favorite veggies to make! I love it with lemon so this just sounds amazing! I bet it would pair well with a lot of different dishes. – says Jessica
6. Breadfruit Curry
This is my all time favorite curry.I can eat few rice bowls with such delicious curry .Yum! – Says Anoma
7. Canned Tuna Curry
You should seriously blog daily.Your recipes are awesome and this curry is awesome too. I love cooking this kind of curries. – Says Brian
8. Polos Curry
Hi Amila,I tried your recipe.I cooked a delicious polos Curry, thanks -says Manjula
9. Sri Lankan Kakiri Curry
This looks mouth watering.I want to try Kakiri curry using this recipe.thanks. -Says Piumi
10. Fried Sprats Peanuts and Kathurumurunga Leaves Baduma
This is so interesting.I like to try it as a quick side.Thanks a lot for the idea. – says Namitha
Thank you for reading this recipe blog.Thanks for sharing your ideas,comments and suggestions throughout the year.These small actions make me encouraging to continue writing recipes.
Since 2011 this recipe blog has won the hearts of food lovers,specially those who love Sri Lankan food.I can’t believe that this food blog is almost 9 years old. I am glad that I started sharing recipes when there were no Sri Lankan recipes on the web.Your appreciation helps this blog keep growing! 🙂
I love to know what is your favourite recipe from the list?Please share as a comment.
Happy New Year 2020!
All of these sound tasty! I will have to be sure to try some of these. I know we’d really like the asparagus.
Please try some of the recipes… 🙂
YUM, this all looks DELISH! I’m definitely pinning some of these for later. Thanks so much for sharing this with all of us!
Glad you like these recipes.Thanks for sharing this comment. 🙂
Such wonderful recipes! I love the grilled pineapple and the tuna curry. Both sound gorgeous (I know a lot won’t agree with me about the tuna but I love fish!). Thank you for sharing this round-up post with us 🙂
Yes,pineapple and tunas is a great combo when you think of taste. 🙂
These all look amazing! I love grilled pineapple. Actually I love pineapple in any form you can make it, lol. And the asparagus looks awesome too!
I am not surprised that these are the top 10! The pineapple made my mouth water. I will be making that soon. And, all the curries!
I think the grilled pinneapples on the stove and the asparagus were my favorites from this top ten list. So many great options for your readers!
Everything looks so good. We are so into cooking right now and will save your recipes to try. !!
Sri Lankan food sounds amazing. I need to try it so many variety of dishes.
Ooh. Tuna curry sounds really good. I also would enjoy the lemon asparagus.
All these 10 recipes are amazing especially the first marshmallow one and left over rice balls one!
Grilled pineapples on the stove! Sounds delicious! Need to try them 🙂
Hope you’ll try! 🙂