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Our Most Popular Recipes Ever

Looking for a tester-approved recipe to tackle? From sweet hermit bars to creamy clam chowder, these New England recipes are all tried-and-true reader favorites.

9 of Our Most Popular Recipes Ever

Jordan Marsh Blueberry Muffins

Jordan Marsh Blueberry Muffins

Aimee Tucker

Jordan Marsh Blueberry Muffins

First made famous by the in-store bakery at a popular (now defunct) New England department store, Jordan Marsh blueberry muffins are loaded with blueberries and have crunchy, sugared tops.

Portuguese Kale Soup

Portuguese Kale Soup

Julie Bidwell

Portuguese Kale Soup

Looking for comfort in a bowl? The New England Portuguese community swears by this recipe for “Portuguese Penicillin,” full of kale, beans, and spicy linguica.

easy baked jumbo shrimp

Loaded fresh lemon juice, lemon zest, garlic, and herbs, these baked shrimp are easy, flavorful, and popular!

Aimee Tucker

Easy Baked Jumbo Shrimp

Use frozen jumbo shrimp to make this crowd-pleasing recipe a little easier on the wallet. Readers love the delicious combination of shrimp, butter, lemon, garlic, and fresh herbs.

Hermits Recipe

Old-Fashioned Hermit Bars

Aimee Tucker

Old-Fashioned Hermit Bars

Our readers love cookies, from classic Toll House Cookies (invented in Whitman, Massachusetts) to Chocolate Crinkle Cookies, but these old-fashioned hermit bars hold a special in our readers hearts. Sweet and spicy thanks to cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves, they’re the perfect treat to serve with coffee or tuck into your lunch bag.

Classic New England Clam Chowder

Kristin Teig

Classic New England Clam Chowder

If salt pork, potatoes, and onions define traditional New England clam chowder, then this one is a classic. If you prefer fish over clams, Helen’s Fish Chowder is another favorite.

Memere Rousseau’s Tourtiere (Meat Pie) Recipe

Memere Rousseau’s Tourtiere

Heath Robbins

Memere Rousseau’s Tourtiere

Made with ground pork, potatoes, and spices in a rich pastry crust, this traditional French meat pie recipe is a holiday classic that’s extremely popular with our readers. It’s a traditionally served at Christmas, but there’s no reason it can’t be enjoyed year-round.

Vermont Apple Cider Doughnuts

Squire Fox

Vermont Apple Cider Donuts

Dreaming of crisp fall New England days? There’s no need to visit a farm stand when you can wow your family (or roommates…or co-workers) with a batch of homemade cider donuts. Don’t want to deal with frying? Our Cider Donut Muffins offer all the flavor with half the effort.

Old-Fashioned Durgin-Park Indian Pudding

Durgin-Park Indian Pudding

Photo: Michael Piazza

Durgin-Park Indian Pudding

Durgin-Park may have closed its doors after more than two centuries of service in 2019, but for many, their recipe for this cornmeal-molasses New England classic is still the one to beat. If you’re a comfort-pudding fan, you’ll be equally smitten with a warm bowl of Maple-Grapenut Pudding.

Baked Sea Scallops with Garlic and Vermouth

Baked Sea Scallops

Heath Robbins

Baked Sea Scallops

This baked scallops recipe turns out perfectly every time—tender and succulent with a rich, buttery cracker topping. Scallops aren’t cheap, but if you find them at a good price or want to serve something simple but extra-special, this easy and elegant recipe is perfect.

See More:
12 Favorite New England Comfort Food Recipes
8 Favorite New England Desserts
75 Classic New England Foods

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