The Best Recipes of 2020 (and best recipe Youtube channels to follow)

The Best Recipes of 2020 (and best recipe Youtube channels to follow)

You know how it is. You’re looking for a delicious recipe and what you find are all the recipes from 2019. But 2020 will be here before you know it, so why not get ahead of the game? Here are some recipes that we think will be popular in 2020!

# 1. Joshua Weissman – The Chipotle Burrito

This is a recipe that will have everyone coming back for more. It’s perfect for any time of day: breakfast, lunch or dinner. Don’t let the simplicity fool you! This burrito has so much flavor and spice to it, but not too much where it gets overwhelming. You could also add your favorite rice and beans in this.

# 2. Babish Culinary Universe – Lamb Chops

A common misconception about lamb chops is that they are tough and gamey. This couldn’t be farther from the truth; you can make a delicate, tender dish out of this cut by cooking it on high heat for just a few minutes per side.

Check what culinary genius Babish has to show us in this amazing video 

# 3. Alex (French Guy Cooking) – Ramen from scratch

If you’re not from the East coast, chances are that you’ve never even heard of a ramen noodle. Otherwise, it’s likely that you have some idea about what this is and how to make them – but if not, don’t worry! Here’s all you need to know: Ramen noodles can be made at home, and they’ll be ready in just 30 minutes! Here’s how to do it.

Check Alex’s amazing video on how to do it from scratch:

# 4. Nadia Gilbert – Palestinian Ful Mudammas

This recipe is a traditional Palestinian dish, and it’s made with fava beans. It has so much flavor thanks to the ingredients: lemon juice, olive oil, cumin, salt and pepper. The end result will be some delicious bites that you’ll want more of!

See Nadia’s incredible take below:

# 5. Joshua Weissman – Hainanese Chicken Rice

Did you know that Hainanese Chicken Rice is a popular dish in Singapore? It’s also eaten throughout Southeast Asia, but it originated from the island of Hainan. The version we’re going to make here originates from Malaysia, where the chicken and rice are together cooked with pandan leaves.

# 6. Chintan Pandya (Munchies) – Chicken Tikka Massala

We love this dish because it’s so flavorful. The spices are a mix of garam masala, paprika and more – which is why we’re sure you’ll be able to taste all of the flavors in every bite! Plus, who doesn’t like tikka spice? It tastes great on chicken or any type of meat really.

Chintian is an Indian maestro and take this classic to the moon:

#7. Ethan Chlebowski – Vietnamese Chicken Banh Mi

Banh mi is a sandwich that originates from Vietnam and it can be found in many different countries these days. It’s made with bread (usually baguette) filled with marinated meat or fish plus vegetables such as cilantro, cucumbers, pickled carrots.

#8. Pick Up Limes – Vegan Overnight Oats

Overnight oats are a great option for breakfast. They’re easy to make, and they can be eaten on the go. You just need yogurt (or any milk), rolled oats and fruit – that’s it! Watch lovely Sadia taking on three versions of this brekkie:

Watch Ethan’s take of this traditional jewel:

And that’s it! Your reading is done. Remember, you can find these videos on YouTube and the links are at the bottom of this post. Today we talked about cooking with some of our favorite channels online. They’re all so talented and have offered such delicious recipes to try out – which one would you like?

Let us know in the comment section!