Looking for summer recipes? June through September gardens are awash with juicy red tomatoes, thick green beans, purple eggplants and bushy basil. Fresh vibrant foods are in order. We have summer recipes ideal for quick cooking or no cooking at all.
Spicy Cranberry Riblets
Heat oven to 250F. Cut ribs between bones into serving pieces. Place ribs, meaty side up, in single layer in shallow baking pans. Roast uncovered…
Fast-off-the-Grill Chorizo Quesadillas
Heat a medium skillet over medium-high heat. Use a spatula to crumble the chorizo as you place it in the pan. Sauté the chorizo until…
Crispy Mandarin Riblets
Cut ribs into 1-rib pieces. Place in steamer basket or on steamer rack. Set basket over boiling water; cover pan and steam 30 minutes. Meanwhile…
Thai Pork Pizza
Heat the oven to 425F. Place the pizza crust on a baking sheet. Spread the peanut sauce onto the crust. Sprinkle with pea pods and…
Thai-Style Shrimp Salad
Fish sauce, lime juice and a bit of brown sugar add punch to sweet and salty shrimp.
“Hoot-n Holler” Baby Back Pork Ribs
Prepared mesquite-flavored marinade and barbecue sauce make these pork ribs a breeze to make.
Cucumber purée and light rum combine with sparkling water for a light, festive cocktail.
Thai Turkey Burgers
Thai ingredients—soy sauce, ginger and cilantro—flavor these lower-fat turkey burgers.
Toasted Walnut Creamed Corn
This sweet and filling dish is finished in the oven so that you don’t have to spend too much time stirring over a hot stove.
Sparkling Fresh Berry and Walnut Jellies
Sparkling like jewels, berries at their peak in summertime are captured in a flavorful jelly.
Walnut Blueberry Sundae
Doll up some vanilla frozen yogurt with sugar-glazed walnuts, fresh blueberries and a touch of blueberry preserves.
Fig and Walnut Amuse-Bouche
For a simple yet stunning appetizer, these bite-sized morsels are incredibly delicious.