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10 most popular recipes of 2016, according to Google

Here are all the recipes you've been searching for all year.
/ Source: TODAY

Google just released its year-end list of the top search terms of 2016, including the 10 most wanted recipes of the year. Lucky for you, TODAY Food has you covered with how to make every single one delicious without breaking a sweat. Here are are the 10 most popular recipes of 2016, according to Google.

1. Green bean casserole

This classic Thanksgiving side tops the list as the must-have recipe of the year.

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2. Brussels sprouts

Roasted, sauteed or served fresh in a salad, these versatile mini cabbages are always a popular side.

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3. Hash brown casserole

How do you please every guest at the table when you're hosting a crowd for brunch? With this winner of a casserole that's guaranteed to have something for everyone.

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4. Guacamole

5-Minute Chunky Guacamole

The ultimate dip for every occasion, we can't get enough of this crowd-pleaser.

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5. Chicken marsala

Chicken Marsala

It just may be the best and easiest way to turn boring chicken breasts into a fast and tasty weeknight dinner that's elegant enough for entertaining.

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6. Chicken tetrazzini

Chicken Tetrazzini
Jackie Carioscia at Experimental Epicurea / TODAY Food Club

This creamy Italian-American pasta dish is a perfect winter comfort food.

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7. Snow cream

Eggnog Ice Cream recipe
Casey Barber / TODAY

If you love ice cream and have never made snow cream, here's how to do it: "When it starts to snow, place a large, clean bowl outside to collect the flakes. When full, stir in sugar and vanilla to taste, then stir in just enough milk (or condensed milk) for the desired consistency. Serve at once." — says TODAY Community contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy.

8. Buttercream frosting

Rainbow Heart Cake

It's the perfect finishing touch to cakes and cupcakes, but the best part may be licking the bowl after.

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9. Pork chops

Just a few minutes in the pan is all you need to make super juicy pork chops.

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10. Turkey gravy

Because every Thanksgiving turkey is better with gravy.

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