This fantastic recipe allows you to enjoy a peanut-free satay sauce for chicken skewers or sautéed vegetables. It’s also amazing as a dipping sauce for spring rolls, lettuce wraps and so much more.
This recipe takes the distinct flavors of tom yum soup and turns it into a delicious and flavorful marinade for roasted chicken. Tom yum is usually spicy, sweet, savory and sour with a bit of a salty finish from the soy sauce.
This playful dessert combines creamy peanut butter with a moist chocolate brownie and a crunchy center.
Grilling brings out the sweetness of peaches and apricots and adds amazing flavor to summer salads. This beautiful mix of flavors really doesn’t need much of a dressing other than a drizzle of olive oil, aged balsamic vinegar and honey – the fruit juices release and do the rest.
Super summery and simple, this quick and easy grilled salmon gets a bright punch of tangy flavor from a creamy, herby, lemony sauce. An excellent gluten-free, warm-weather entrée to enjoy with a crisp, green salad or alongside grilled toast points and bruschetta.
Featuring a delicious blend of spices, the surprise star of this recipe is the sauce. Cinnamon, cumin, chili, mint, shallots and a pinch of tart sumac marry beautifully with tomatoes and roasted veggies atop flakey phyllo, all sprinkled generously with za'atar for an authentic Turkish finish.
This delectable entrée is perfect for summer barbecues.
Try this easy-to-make, Greek-inspired alternative to veggie pot pie, using phyllo dough to sandwich fresh summer vegetables and herbs, roasted garlic and tomatoes and tangy bits of feta. Perfect as a side, a potluck dish or as a vegetarian entrée.
When the hot weather arrives, it’s time for a picnic! Grab a blanket and head outdoors with family and friends to enjoy this classic summer fare of sandwiches, salads and refreshing waters.
Inviting friends and family over for the first get-together of the summer season? These delicious appetizers are easy to make and taste great.