It’s Sunday Supper Month! I’m sharing a top ten Sunday Supper recipe roundup along with a few Sunday worthy recipes from my friends.
I have been participating in #SundaySupper events for 5 years now. WOW. Has it really been that long? Yes. I just checked. July 7 was my first, official #SundaySupper post. Don’t judge. Please? That was so long ago. And in blog years that’s almost like dog years. So, it’s way more than 5 years ago.
It took me a minute to think of way to see what blog posts are the top ten for the #SundaySupper category. I probably didn’t go about it the easiest way, but it worked for me. If y’all know how to do it with Google Analytics, please do let me know.
A Kitchen Hoor’s Top Ten #SundaySupper recipes
1. Who knew that one of my first sponsored posts would be one of my top Sunday Supper recipes? Blue Cheese, Fig, and Caramelized Onion Palmiers is always in my top ten every year.
2. Some days, you just want a good fried fish sandwich, but without all those fried food calories! Enter my Oven-Fried Fish Sliders! They’re bite-sized, full of crunch, and perfect for a fun, pub style Sunday supper.
3. There’s nothing like a good twice baked potato for Sunday supper. Unless it’s a whole casserole full like my Twice Baked Potato Casserole. It’s full of cheese, bacon, and potato goodness.
4. I can easily see why this one is in my top ten #SundaySupper posts. Just look at the layers in the Overnight Muffaletta Sandwich!
5. Waffled Carrot Latkes are a bit of a surprise to me. I’d think it was the waffled part, but nothing else I’ve waffled has popped up.
6. Of course, you can’t have Sunday Supper without some family recipes. We used to make Mom’s Homemade Perogies with cabbage rolls all the time. I should put them on the menu, and so should you! They’re so delicious.
7. It’s only fitting the one of Mom’s favorite recipes is followed by one of Dad’s favorite recipes. I remember eating Nana’s Pimento Cheese sandwiches when we went fishing in Kentucky.
8. When eggnog was the theme for the holidays, I really thought outside the box with how to make something different with eggnog. Well, I’d say making condensed eggnog for my Eggnog Macaroons was definitely different.
9. I think this is my favorite Sunday Supper recipe. The husband and I both came together and created these Greek Lamb Burgers with Blistered Tomatoes and Tzatziki Spread. It was a true collaboration of our tastes.
10. Speaking of something different, if you want something different to serve your guests for dessert, then try this Salame al Cioccolato (Chocolate Salami). You could easily add it to a dessert cheese plate.
Since I didn’t want to this all to be about me, I’ve asked some of my friends to share some of their favorite Sunday supper recipes.
Balsamic Roast Beef
Nothing brings your family to the table like a good roast beef. This Balsamic Roast Beef from West Via Midwest is slowly braised in the slow cooker, which means you get to spend more time with your family.
Grilled Cuban Mojo Pork Roast
I am a total sucker for a delicious Cuban pork. West Via Midwest made a whole Grilled Cuban Mojo Pork Roast that you can slice and serve then save the leftovers for Cubano sandwiches for lunch the next day.
Salisbury Steak Meatballs
I remember eating lots of Salisbury steak growing up. The kid in my still loves it and really loves these Salisbury Steak Meatballs from An Affair from the Heart.
I love all these different roast recipes! This one from An Affair from the Heart is one of those set it and forget recipes called Fuggedaboutit Roast.
Baked Spaghetti and Meatballs
Pasta always brings the family to the table! An Affair from the Heart guarantees that everyone sits down to eat with this Baked Spaghetti and Meatballs.
Mushroom and Onion Smothered Cube Steak
We didn’t have a lot of money growing up, so we often ate some cube steak. Chicken fried, Swiss steak style, but we never had this Mushroom and Onion Smothered Cube Steak from Seduction in the Kitchen. It looks lick the plate clean delicious!
Turmeric Chicken and Wild Rice
A huge skillet of rice and skillet pleases all the picky eaters! Make a skillet of this Turmeric Chicken and Wild Rice from Hostess at Heart for a healthy and flavorful meal.
Cuban Medianoche Bread Recipe
For me, Sunday was always about making recipes that need love and attention; like bread. If you want a true Cubano, it’s all about the bread. Make this Cuban Medianoche Bread Recipe from Hostess at Heart for a TRUE Cubano sandwich.
Strawberry Salad with Grilled Chicken and Strawberry Balsamic Vinaigrette
If you’re looking for something a little lighter for Sunday supper, try this Strawberry Salad with Grilled Chicken and Strawberry Balsamic Vinaigrette from Family Around the Table.
Braised Lamb Shanks
I’m still on the fence with lamb. However, Caroline’s Cooking has me wandering where I can find some shanks. Her Braised Lamb Shanks was even approved by her kids!
Potato Spinach Gnocchi
Pasta is always a comforting dish that everyone loves. Caroline’s Cooking shows us how easy it is to make gnocchi for her Potato Spinach Gnocchi.
It can’t be all about the kids and Books ‘n Cooks knows this. The Frenchy she shared is full of fruit flavor and easy to mix up last minute.
Slow Cooker Stuffed Pepper Soup
Sometimes, a big bowl of delicious soup is needed. Books ‘n Cooks not only makes great soups, but she turned stuffed peppers into Slow Cooker Stuffed Pepper Soup.
Red White and Blue Dinner Salad
Cooking with Carlee color coded her dinner with this Red White and Blue Dinner Salad. It’s packed with sweet fruits, crunchy nuts, and delicious chicken.
Italian Baked Chicken
Of course, you can’t talk about a Sunday supper without mentioning some sort of roast chicken. Italian Baked Chicken from A Day in the Life on the Farm is full of herb and spice flavors everyone will love.
Have breakfast for dinner like Palatable Pastime! She served up some delicious Breakfast Chops for Sunday supper.
California Burger Bowl
I bet you could easily get your kids to eat their greens with this salad from Simple and Savory. She filled her salad bowl with fun, burger ingredients in her California Burger Bowl.
Meyer Lemon Chicken Piccata
This last recipe has a special place in my heart. Cindy’s Recipes and Writings served up the first dish the hugs ever made me. Meyer Lemon Chicken Piccata is so bright and delicious. It’s perfect for a family night or a date night.
Either way you serve up your Sunday supper, make sure you pledge to spend more time with your family. It’s sometimes a lesson we learn all too late. And this post is even more pertinent since I dropped the hubs off at the airport today after buying the plane ticket just one hour before hand to be with his mom.
So, hug your loved ones. Tell them you love them. And make sure you #disconnecttoreconnet with your family.
Liz @ Books n' Cooks says
Wow – what a great collection of recipes! There’s a lot that I’ve never seen before, starting with those mouthwatering palmiers. Yum! Can’t wait to try those, and many of the others!
Thank you. I hope you like them!