10 Best Summer Recipes To Try
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10 Best Summer Recipes To Try

These recipes are easy and fun to make, which means more time to relax and enjoy the summer weather!

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Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or just need to whip something fast and easy, these summer recipes can be of your help. These recipes are easy and fun to make, which means more time to relax and enjoy the summer weather!

1. Sweet Heat Cheerwine Baby Back Ribs

If you’re in a finger-licking mood try these.

Get the recipe here: https://www.countryliving.com/food-drinks/recipes/a43056/sweet-heat-cheerwine-baby-back-ribs/

2. Carrot and Black Bean Crispy Tacos

Try this vegetarian recipe for your Taco Tuesday nights!

Get the recipe here: https://www.countryliving.com/food-drinks/recipes/a39363/carrot-and-black-bean-crispy-tacos-recipe/

3. Hawaiian Chicken Kebabs

This recipe is a twist of just an ordinary kebab recipe.

Get the recipe here: https://www.cookingclassy.com/hawaiian-chicken-kebabs/

4. Lettuce Wraps


These are a very easy meal to make if you're in a hurry or just in need of a snack!

Get the recipe here: https://www.cookingclassy.com/lettuce-wraps/

5. Creamy Garlic Herb Chicken

Get the recipe here: https://www.cookingclassy.com/creamy-garlic-herb-c...

6. Chicken and Asparagus with provolone Cheese Sauce and Bacon

If you're a bacon lover, you should definitely try this!

Get the recipe here: https://www.cookingclassy.com/chicken-and-asparagu...

7. Authentic Mexican Rice

The cited website describes this as the best side dish to pair with just about any Mexican food.

Get the recipe here: https://www.cookingclassy.com/authentic-mexican-ri...

8. Avocado Salsa

Delicious and easy to make salsa.

Get the recipe here: https://www.cookingclassy.com/avocado-salsa/

9. Salmon Roasted in Butter

It's so easy, it'll be ready in 20 minutes.

Get the recipe here: https://www.cookingclassy.com/salmon-roasted-in-bu...

10. Manicotti

"A Simple Yet Incredible Entree"

Get the recipe here: https://www.cookingclassy.com/manicotti-a-simple-y...

Summertime is the time to bring out your cookbooks and create some of your favorite meals and some you haven't heard of yet. All these opions can be made for kickbacks or special events. Try any of these recipes if they look delicious to you, I know I will.

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