Your Favorite 'GMA' Recipes of the Year

Your Favorite GMA Recipes of the Year!

As the year draws to a close, we're looking back at some of the most popular recipes featured on "Good Morning America" in 2009.

Which dishes were the most in-demand? Read below and try these favorite foods yourself.

CLICK HERE to see the most popular "Good Morning America" stories of the year on ABCNews.com.

CLICK HERE for more great recipes from "GMA."



2009 Stories

Julia Child's Beef Bourguignon

Julia Child's recipes were in the spotlight and in high demand this year, as the movie "Julie and Julia" hit big screens. This classic Child recipe is adapted from her "Mastering the Art of French Cooking."

GET THE RECIPE: Julia Child's Beef Bourguignon

Get more Julia Child recipes from our Julia Child page.


2009 Stories

Slow-Cooker Challenge Finalists

"GMA" put out the call for viewers' super slow-cooker recipes in February and you did not disappoint. Hundreds of submissions were narrowed down to the top five and all the recipes were among the most popular of the year. Topping the list was Merrie Youngblood's slow-cooker chicken dressing.

She wrote, "I love it because on the holidays I have every eye on my stove covered, the oven baking several things and I stay calm, because my dressing is cooking and has the most wonderful aroma drifting through the house. This recipe is a favorite everywhere I have taken it."

GET THE RECIPE: Slow-Cooker Chicken Dressing

Other Slow-Cooker Finalists' Recipes:
Ribs
Slow-Cooker Chilupe
Crock-Pot Meatloaf
Lentil Soup


2009 Stories

Robin Roberts' Potato Chip Chicken

In "Good Morning America's" week-long April series, "We're Cooking Now," Robin Roberts shared her own amazing recipes. Her mouth-watering potato chip chicken was the favorite of all the anchors' recipes.

GET THE RECIPE: Robin Roberts' Potato Chip Chicken

'GMA's' Most Popular Recipes

2009 Stories

Charlie Gibson's Enchilada Casserole

If you like the spicy, cheesy taste of Doritos, you might want to try this simple dish that is a favorite in Charlie Gibson's home. The Gibsons received this recipe from Mary Corkran, a friend of the family, 20 years ago.

Gibson, who retired from ABC News this year, first shared the sensational recipe with "Good Morning America" during the 2002 Family Cook-Off series and it has now become a viewer favorite. The recipe was featured again this year as part of the launch of the "GMA" Recipes page on ABCNews.com.

GET THE RECIPE: Charlie Gibson's Enchilada Casserole


2009 Stories

Paula Deen's Banana-Chocolate Gorilla Bread

Savannah restaurateur and Food Network star Paula Deen joined "Good Morning America" to whip up a few of her favorite home cooking recipes. This recipe comes from Deen's "Deen Family Cookbook" and was created by her stepdaughter, Michelle.

"Folks, you simply must try Michelle's Gorilla Bread," Paula said in the book. "It's bigger and better than monkey bread, plus it is so fun to make."

GET THE RECIPE: Banana-Chocolate Gorilla Bread

CLICK HERE for more recipes from the Deen family.

2009 Stories


Valerie Bertinelli's Tuscan-Style Soup

Actress Valerie Bertinelli's Tuscan-Style Soup satisfies with 63 calories, 2 grams of fat and 300 milligrams of sodium. The recipe is courtesy of Jenny Craig, for which Valerie Bertinelli is a spokeswoman. For more of her favorite dishes, visit www.jennycraig.com.

GET THE RECIPE: Valerie Bertinelli's Tuscan-Style Soup

Most Popular 'GMA' Recipes in 2009

2009 Stories

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