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These Are Our Top Recipes of 2018

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These Are Our Top Recipes of 2018

It is always nice to look back and discover the top recipes of the year. The list is full of surprises. Who could ever predict that the top dessert would be Chinese mooncakes, for instance? Or that the cocktail of the year would be classic snowballs?

Fine Dining Lovers welcomes you to peruse our top recipes of 2018 and try them at home. They are delicious and well worth the effort! Enjoy!

FDL's Top Recipes for 2018

Top Appetizer of 2018: Spring Rolls

Spring rolls were the biggest hit in the appetizer category. These naturally vegan crispy bites are easy to make and totally scrumptious.

Try the recipe.

Top First Course of 2018: Raw Vegan Zucchini Lasagna

This raw vegan zucchini lasagna is layered with fresh basil pesto, a sundried tomato cream and macadamia cheese cream. Yum!

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Top Main Course of 2018: Bacalhau a Bras

This Portuguese dish is a splendid blend of salted cod fish, potatoes, black olives and eggs. 

Get the recipe here.

Top Dessert of 2018: Chinese Mooncake 

Chinese mooncakes are a traditional dessert served during the annual Mid Autumn Festival. This tempting recipe features a lovely lotus seed paste filling with a hint of rose-flavored wine.

Find the recipe here.

Top Brunch Dish of 2018: Pakora 

These tasty Indian fritters feature vegetables dipped in a spicy chickpea batter and fried until golden. They are wonderful paired with a glass of bubbly.

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Top Side Dish of 2018: Potato Croquettes 

Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, these potato croquettes are a wonderful treat. They are infused with nutmeg and Parmesan cheese.

Get the recipe here.

Top Drink of 2018: Snowball Cocktail

This classic Snowball cocktail is the best way to make a toast during the holidays.

Find the recipe here.

Top Breakfast Recipe of 2018: Muffins Without Baking Powder

These buttery muffins made without baking powder beat out other favorites like blueberry muffins, gingerbread muffins and sugar-free chocolate muffins.

Find the recipe here.

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