Give us a minute to convert you to the goodness that is Smoked Broccoli. I’ve always been the kind of eater who enjoys a plate full of vegetables. And that love for vegetables only deepens when the weather turns cool, and I roast every vegetable I can think of in the oven. Cauliflower, check. Carrots, check. Sugar snap peas, check check (try them!). And broccoli, I’ve always loved roasted broccoli. Then we smoked it. I’m forever changed.
There is something to be said about the simplicity of the bistro salad. Because many of the flavors of the spring mix are bold by themselves, this type of salad needs very little to dress it up.
This is one of our favorite hummus recipes. It’s a great way to make hummus if you don’t have tahini handy and is really quite simple to make. Hummus is a healthy alternative to other veggie dips and is easy to flavor with a few extra spices of your choice or some flavoring oils. Try it with this flatbread recipe and watch as it becomes an instant crowd pleaser.
A grilled peach salad is an easy and healthy suggestion when you’re looking for a last-minute dinner idea. Using fresh peaches keeps the salad light and fresh while the arugula’s bitter taste complements the sweetness of the peaches. With only 4 ingredients needed to make this simple salad, it will become your summer go-to meal.
Grilled vegetable kebabs are simply delightful. They naturally go well with summer and are a fun and tasty way to serve veggies. All you need are colorful veggies, bamboo skewers, and a grill. Also, don’t forget about grilled pineapple for a sweet summer treat. Get everything you need to know about easy summer kebabs here.
Mexican coleslaw is the perfect blend of that fresh traditional coleslaw crunch with a hint of zesty kick. By adding a little fresh lime juice, cilantro, and jalepeno, the average coleslaw turns into a flavorful addition all year round. Plus, this recipe is so easy to make that you’ll have no excuse not try it with your next meal.
If you need an easy dinner idea that is a bit on the healthy side, try this easy ratatouille recipe. Not only is it healthy, it pairs well with chicken, pork, or beef if you would like to add some protein to the dish. The flavors of this vegetable melody, mixed with the balsamic rub, makes for a simple, yet delicious ratatouille.
There are a few things we suggest every kitchen must have, and an ice cream maker is definitely a summer must-have. Whipping up a fresh batch of fruit sorbet is always an easy way to stay cool and healthy during those hot summer months. Try this refreshing homemade low-fat raspberry peach sorbet recipe for a flavor combination the whole family will enjoy.
Fruit salad is a summer classic. It’s an easy dish to throw together for any party or summer BBQ. By adding a drizzle of zesty lime flavoring to your bowl of fresh fruit you’ll transform an average fruit bowl to a tangy dish. It adds that extra oomph your fruit salad has always been missing.
Matzah bread is the traditional unleavened bread that is made and eaten over Passover. To make kosher Matzah bread, you’ll need to complete the entire recipe from beginning to end in 18 minutes or less.
This traditional Matzah bread recipe walks you through how to make kosher Matzah bread.