Which of Our 10 Most Shared Recipes Have You Tried?

You loved them, you shared them, you pinned them! These D’Artagnan recipes got the most social media love in April. While comfort foods are still on the top ten list, represented by classics like coq au vin and blanquette de veau, spring is definitely in the air. A seasonal favorite, morel mushrooms, made the grade in a creamy orzo dish, and a brunch-worthy salad got your attention, too. As you might imagine, we are partial to the whole roasted duck recipe, and the any-season seared duck breast. But let us know which ones you have made, or want to try in the comments below.

1. Basque-Style Chicken with Chorizo

Poulet Basque Wide

2. Asparagus, Bacon & Egg Salad

asparagus-bacon-and-egg-salad-recipe CROP

3. Filet Mignon with Blender Béarnaise Sauce

Wagyu Filet Mignon with Bearnaise

4. Chinese-Style Pork Roast

easy-chinese-char-siu-roast-berkshire-pork-recipe

5. Creamy Orzo with Bacon, Fava Beans, & Morels

orzo-with-bacon-morels-fava-beans-recipe

6. Easy Roast Whole Duck

easy-roast-duck-recipe

7. Blanquette de Veau

veal-blanquette-de-veau-recipe

8. Magret Duck Breast à la D’Artagnan

Recipe_Magret_Dartagnan_HomeMedium

9. Eric Ripert’s Coq au Vin

eric-ripert-coq-au-vin-recipe

10. Moroccan Spiced Lamb Chops with Harissa

Moroccan Lamb Chops with Harissa Main

That’s what you’ve been sharing and pinning this April. We’re glad you share our interest in cooking great food. What will you make next?


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