Heavenly Recipes You Need to Try this Summer.

Summer is the time of year when we dust off our patio furniture, uncover the barbeque and prepare ourselves for warm evenings outdoors. Whether you’re putting together a quick family meal for a weeknight dinner outside, or creating a menu for entertaining guests on the patio – summer flavours are fresh, fun, and easy to work with. These summer-themed recipes will satisfy your cravings for the rest of the season.
For Quick Dinners

Grilled Lime Salmon with Coconut Rice and Avo-Mango Salsa

limesalmon-finalCourtesy of Cooking Classy

It sounds complex but it’s surprisingly simple! Packed with fresh flavours, this recipe is great for a healthy weeknight meal. The lime and coconut pair perfectly together, and the salmon marinade will have your mouthwatering. See the full recipe here.

Pasta Salad with Crispy Bacon and Fresh Herbs

Courtesy of How Sweet It Is

There are few combinations as delicious as bacon and pasta. This pasta salad recipe includes a mix of nutritional ingredients with flavourful herbs. The oregano and rosemary give you a savoury kick, the tomatoes and corn add sweetness, and the bacon and feta will make you happy. See full recipe here.
For Summer Entertaining

Sun Dried Tomato, Spinach and Cheese Stuffed Chicken

Courtesy of Recipe Tin Eats

While it may trick your guest into thinking you have professional culinary skills, even a kitchen novice could pull this recipe off. A perfect blend of sweet and savoury, this dish will be a hit. See full recipe here.

California-Style Bison Burger

Courtesy of Foodie Crush

Summer and barbeques go together like peanut butter and jelly – but this Cali-style recipe isn’t your average burger. With toppings like avocado, alfalfa, and much more, your guests will feel like they’ve been transported to the Hollywood Hills. See full recipe here.

Herb-Roasted Salmon with Fingerling Potatoes

Courtesy of Buzzfeed

It’s easy to prepare, it’s healthy yet satisfying, and it tastes amazing. With lemon and sea salt on the salmon, and basil, garlic, and parsley on the potatoes, you can’t go wrong with this crowd-pleasing dish. See full recipe here.
For Cocktail Hour

Rosé Sorbet

Courtesy of Delish

Is it a dessert or a drink? You be the judge. Sweet and light, it’s a refreshing treat. Top off the glass with mint leaves, and happy hour is in session. See full recipe here.

Raspberry Limoncello Prosecco

Courtesy of Damn Delicious

Summer is the raspberry’s time to shine – and wine is the star of every season. This bubbly cocktail is great for parties, or for enjoying some you-time in the sun. See full recipe here. 

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