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Selector's Top 10 Recipes from 2017

There’s nothing better than enjoying great food and wine with family and friends, and as we all kick off 2018, what better way to get your year started than with fantastic recipes that are perfect for sharing.

From deliciously rich massman beef cheek curry, to Zumbo's light and fluffy salty chocolate buns, here are Selector’s Top 10 most popular recipes of 2017 as chosen by you, our wine and food-loving Members.

So, here’s cheers to trying something new, or revisiting old favourites.

10. Fish pie with leek and fennel

9. Banana prawn curry

8. Luke Nguyen's Chilli-salted squid

7. Adriano Zumbo's salty chocolate buns

6. Rocket, pear and walnut salad with blue cheese dressing

5. Slow roasted lamb shoulder with Middle Eastern spices cumin yoghurt sauce

4. Duck breast with port and orange sauce on celeriac purée with petit pois á la française

3. Pan fried fillet of Murray cod with roasted shallots and red wine

2. Guy Grossi's parpadelle with spiced veal ragu

1. Massaman beef cheek curry with pearl cous cous

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