World's best lasagna recipe crown is worn by John Chandler of Texas. The 43-year-old Dallas resident has had the top recipe on a popular foodie website. According to ABC News on Oct. 4, it holds the number one spot today as it has since being posted over 11 years ago on AllRecipes.com.
But with approximately 12 million views in the past five years alone, more than 12,000 likes, over 27,000 Pinterest shares, and close to 8,000 mostly 5-star reviews, Chandler’s lasagna is quite the Internet sensation.
The world's best lasagna is actually a very simple recipe that other home cooks like Chandler can easily master. Some folks have even modified it a little and made it their own. The creator of this wonderfully popular dish claims that he can grill, but is not a foodie at all.
According to The Washington Post AllRecipies.com get over 20 million visitors per month.
According to a survey AllRecipes commissioned last year, cooks now turn more to the Internet for recipes than to cookbooks or family members. Last year, according to Nielsen, sales of cookbooks fell for the first time since 2007.
Here is a link to the World's best lasagna which is made in a dutch oven and takes two hours of cooking time. AllRecipes.com claims to be the largest english language food site in the world. If so, to hold the top spot actually means something. Take that chefs of the world.
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