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The Top 10 Genius Recipes of 2017

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Here are the 10 Genius Recipes you’ve loved most this year—one-pot chicken that isn’t the least bit boring, Internet-famous broccoli, and a buttery no-knead peasant bread you don’t have to wait till tomorrow to tear into, just for starters. What will we come up with next year?

A New 5-Minute Genius Egg Breakfast (Or Dinner!) For You
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A New 5-Minute Genius Egg Breakfast (Or Dinner!) For You
A New Genius Salad from the Chef Who Started the Kale Salad Craze
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A New Genius Salad from the Chef Who Started the Kale Salad Craze
This Genius, Super-Flaky Pie Crust Changes Everything in Piedom
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This Genius, Super-Flaky Pie Crust Changes Everything in Piedom
This Genius, Crazy-Good Roast Chicken Has a Funny Little Secret
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This Genius, Crazy-Good Roast Chicken Has a Funny Little Secret
My New Genius, 5-Ingredient Dinner to Make By Heart (Now Tell Me Yours)
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My New Genius, 5-Ingredient Dinner to Make By Heart (Now Tell Me Yours)
This Genius Pasta Recipe Pretty Much Makes Its Own Sauce
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This Genius Pasta Recipe Pretty Much Makes Its Own Sauce
These Genius, 3-Ingredient Cookies Will Be Ready Before the Oven Beeps
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These Genius, 3-Ingredient Cookies Will Be Ready Before the Oven Beeps
The No-Knead, No-Fuss Recipe That Will Get You Baking Bread Every Week
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The No-Knead, No-Fuss Recipe That Will Get You Baking Bread Every Week
The Internet Says This Will Be the Best Broccoli of Your Life
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The Internet Says This Will Be the Best Broccoli of Your Life
Memo: Make Jamie Oliver’s Crazy, Genius One-Pot Chicken ASAP
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Memo: Make Jamie Oliver’s Crazy, Genius One-Pot Chicken ASAP

For a trip down memory lane (and much more chicken and cookies)—see the best of lists for 2016, 2015, and 2014, too!

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