This recipe (inspired by Hawaii) is quite good for hot summer days and it doesn't take too long to prepare.
My boyfriend's work pals and his boss loved it!
Easy football appetizer game plan: Start the eggs boiling at the end of the first quarter. They'll be done halfway through the second. Cool them in the ice water. They'll be ready to make at halftime. And you start the second half with a play to defeat lingering hunger.
This is a baked salmon with anchovies on a roasted onion and tomato bed, topped with a butter and creme fraiche lemon sauce.
First rule of beer batter: Beer batter is not complicated, it should only contain beer and self-raising flour. Second rule of beer batter: The beer should be cold. Third rule of beer batter: You DO NOT need to sift the flour, and don’t over-whisk it. A few lumps actually makes for a better texture. Fourth and most important rule of beer batter: It is important to choose the correct beer according to what you are going to cook. As any ingredient ranges in texture and taste, so does beer.
You'll eat salad, but only if you can grill it. We know the feeling. This light salad delivers nice seafood flavor and healthy lettuce.
Make space on the grill for this warm salad recipe that cooks up fast. A nice side dish to serve with steak or ribs.
Bring it to the picnic or serve as a light lunch. Either way, this terrific riff on egg salad won't last long.
An easy appetizer with the time-tested flavor you know from Caesar salad. Fitting, since deviled eggs are known to have been eaten by the ancient Romans.
Just say no to another tuna sandwich and make this crunchy, filling, manly cake.
You'll like your vegetables when they're served in a fresh lemon-garlic sauce, alongside easy baked salmon. A healthy and surprisingly easy dinner.
Got leftover potatoes? Leftover fish? Turn that duo into this tasty light lunch. Serve between two slices of bread and you know what you've got? A sandwich!
A basic salad; something light and refreshing for your cookout or picnic.