November’s Most Popular Recipes

From Thanksgiving sides and pies to comforting fall stews and dumplings, here are the 12 dishes SAVEUR readers were most excited to cook this past month.

Chicken Paprikash (Paprikás Csirke)

Old-Fashioned Scalloped Potatoes

Thinly sliced potatoes and onions are baked in a rich cream sauce in this classic crowd-pleaser. Get the recipe for Old-Fashioned Scalloped Potatoes »

Blue-Ribbon Pecan Pie

This pecan pie’s toffee-like interior and beautiful bronze top layer of halved pecans takes the first prize.

Maple-Glazed Carrots

Braising carrots slowly in butter, rather than steaming or boiling them, brings out their natural sweetness. Maple syrup adds a delicate glaze and a rich flavor.

Cream of Fennel Soup

Cream of Fennel Soup

“Everything” Potato Galette with Lox and Creme Fraiche

“Everything” Potato Galette with Lox and Creme Fraiche

Chocolate Cream Pie

A crunchy crust and pudding-like filling make this pie a standout.

Sweet Potato Casserole with Pecan Crumble

This sweet potato casserole is an especially festive, over-the-top take on the Thanksgiving classic, topped with a crisp pecan crumble and dotted with marshmallows. Get the recipe for Sweet Potato Casserole with Pecan Crumble »

Napoleons

This classic French pastry, whose name means thousand leaves (for its delicate multiple layers), is known as the napoleon. The name is probably a reference not to the diminutive Corsican emperor, but to the multilayered confections of Naples.

Beef Rib and Meatball Stew (T’fina Pkaila)

This traditional Tunisian stew is packed with flavor from tender beef spare ribs, cilantro-spiked meatballs, and spinach.

Chilled Cider Punch

Effervescent with ginger beer and dry hard cider and spiked with a generous dose of whiskey, this autumnal punch combines the flavors of a mulled cider with the celebratory feel of a sparkling punch.

Spatzle (Garlic Dumplings with Emmentaler)

Spatzle means little sparrows in German.