Grilling brings out the sweetness of peaches and apricots and adds amazing flavor to summer salads. This beautiful mix of flavors really doesn’t need much of a dressing other than a drizzle of olive oil, aged balsamic vinegar and honey – the fruit juices release and do the rest.
Translated from Spanish to mean “in the style of the shepherd,” al pastor pork is traditionally spit-grilled. This easy-to-make version has the same great flavor and tender meat without the mess of a rotisserie.
Super summery and simple, this quick and easy grilled salmon gets a bright punch of tangy flavor from a creamy, herby, lemony sauce. An excellent gluten-free, warm-weather entrée to enjoy with a crisp, green salad or alongside grilled toast points and bruschetta.
Featuring a delicious blend of spices, the surprise star of this recipe is the sauce. Cinnamon, cumin, chili, mint, shallots and a pinch of tart sumac marry beautifully with tomatoes and roasted veggies atop flakey phyllo, all sprinkled generously with za'atar for an authentic Turkish finish.
Try this easy-to-make, Greek-inspired alternative to veggie pot pie, using phyllo dough to sandwich fresh summer vegetables and herbs, roasted garlic and tomatoes and tangy bits of feta. Perfect as a side, a potluck dish or as a vegetarian entrée.