It’s that time again.

Time to share with you six of my favorite recipes that you may have looked over in light of more recent/more popular recipes. There are some doozies here today (in a good way, of course). These recipes aren’t just ok or good or average. They are huge family favorites and are oft-requested around these parts. That salsa? Eat-it-with-a-spoon-worthy. And the cream puff cake is unreal.

If you’ve missed it, parts 1, 2, 3 can be found here. I get all giddy inside thinking about each of the recipes featured so far because I love them just so, so much.

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24 Responses to Six Recipes The World Forgot {Part 4}

  1. I love when you do these posts! I happen to think every recipe you post is ridiculous and unforgettable, but I love when you share them again!

    You need a cookbook deal ;)

  2. Kathy says:

    I have made the bean curry from this list and it is fabulous! So quick and easy and full of flavor! I haven’t made the other ones but I think I need to!

  3. Renee says:

    These look very tasty! Especially the cream puff cake. It’s the perfect time of year for it too. Thanks Mel!

  4. Leslie says:

    I made the strawberry cream puff cake for Easter this year and it was simple and yummy!

  5. Jackie says:

    Your strawberry rhubarb pie is the first thing I make every year when the rhubarb starts growing. Actually I just made it last week and think I might help my 9 year old make it again for my birthday treat to morrow.

  6. Wow Mel! I will be trying that salsa this weekend! :)

  7. My kids have bugged me a bit to do something of the same; some of our favorites either never make it to the blog or are lost in archives when I had no readers…mostly because they’re just so ‘normal’ – yet my girls love them and would love to have the recipes online to share with friends. 1st up for me is a Japanese curry; so very glad to see you have a simple curry today…I must try it!

  8. You had me at cream puff cake… Love this feature, Mel!

  9. Dalila G. says:

    Lots of good food to choose from, thanks again!
    I have made the Lime Skillet Tacos before and they are a hit here.
    Hubby isn’t a fish guy at all but rolled up in a tortilla and he’s happy.
    I should try hiding his veggies in a tortilla too! LOL!!

  10. Shannon says:

    We had the bean curry just this week and it is unforgettable. It is simple, quick and very flavorful. I loved it and I loved that it didn’t have meat in it, since we don’t always have to have it in our meals.

  11. Sharon H. says:

    The braised brisket with mushrooms is my family’s favorite! My sister (who lives 30 miles away) will come over every time I serve this! It is super yummy! This is definitely not a forgotten recipe at my house! Thank you!

  12. Veronica says:

    I was excited to see there are two on this list i have NOT forgotten. I still make that salsa and it’s still my #1 favorite! Also LOVE the bean curry–been too long since I made it!

  13. Mary says:

    That cream puff cake is my go-to anytime a pregnancy craving hits — and anytime I’m expected to bring a dessert to a small group of friends. Everyone loves it! Seriously, Mel, you do a great job at making others feel like rock stars in the kitchen. Armed with one of your recipes, and everyone is bound to think you’re a gourmet chef…. Thanks for helping the rest of us brave cooking fantastic food!

  14. Mmm… that brisket! It´s getting cold here

  15. Jen T says:

    have a bunch of strawberries in my fridge. Now I know what to do with them. I love it when you do these posts! They are some of our favorite recipes!!! Thanks so much!

  16. Stephanie says:

    Those fish tacos are already on my dinner menu this week. I haven’t made them yet but they sound delicious!
    I am going to take a close look at the salsa! I didn’t even know you had a salsa recipe on here. So yes this feature is awesome and I get very excited when I see you have one! I make homemade salsa in the summer with the fruits of my garden and can it. About June I always runs out. So I will be trying this one for sure soon!

  17. Army of 7 says:

    I love these posts!! Last time I tried the bean & rice salad- we inhaled it in record time! I have 5 lbs of strawberries in the fridge, so the cream puff cake will be appearing this weekend & I always love a new salsa recipe. I *think* mine is out of this world but we shall see. & the chicken parm will be on next weeks menu! You are such a life saver!! I have 5 blessings 9 yr& under & I would NOT be able to pull off a blog- let alone a rock star one like yours!!

  18. Heather says:

    I have made the pie and it is amazing……..I have to make every year when rhubarb comes out!

  19. Debi says:

    Wonderful recipes Mel. I have used a few on my site (with kudos to you of course!) Keep ‘em comin’!

  20. Alicia W. says:

    Being a newcomer to your blog, I love these posts! I always find myself adding one or two of the forgotten recipes to my weekly menu! Thanks!

  21. Susan says:

    I love these posts, I hadn’t seen your salsa recipe before and it was exactly what I needed that night I made it for dinner and it was delicious. The next morning I sautéed some in the pan and then scrambled eggs into it, delicious! Thanks.

  22. Krys says:

    Mmm. Strawberry Rhubarb Pie, one of my favorite desserts!

  23. i love these posts!! pinning those fish tacos those are a must make with the fish I have to use up in my freezer as well..wish me luck on the losing 10pounds as you stated in yoru post. LOL HA i wish.

  24. Jennifer says:

    Just tried the bean curry… LOVED it! Even my boys loved it and asked for seconds, which they almost never do with new foods! It was so adaptable! I didn’t have half-and-half so I used 2% evaporated milk. I didn’t have fresh tomatoes so I used canned diced. I didn’t have Garam Masala so I just used a 1/4 teas each of cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, and cumin. I had run out of onion so I used some dehydrated onion and I was all out of fresh ginger so I used a sprinkling of ground. (Can you tell it’s been one of those weeks and I haven’t gotten around to a grocery trip?!) I also added some frozen peas and carrots to add some more color to it. It was fantastic! And so, so quick, which I totally needed that day. Thanks for reminding us of this recipe! It’s totally making it onto my regular rotation!

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