Summer Recipes To Make In June 2022

Summer Recipes To Make In June 2022

*Runs to farmers market for rhubarb tart ingredients*

It’s hard to believe June is already here. And while summer doesn’t officially begin until the end of the month, ’tis the season for beach trips, cookouts, and picnics galore. So if you’re searching for some seasonal recipes to make this June and all throughout summer, look no further.

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It’s officially corn season, so throw some corn on the cob onto the grill. Get creative and add your favorite ingredients from tomato and watermelon to avocado, radish, and Feta. This salad works beautifully as a side dish or even a garnish for dishes like grilled chicken or shrimp skewers.  

Recipe: Grilled Corn Salad with Creamy Lime Dressing

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Halloumi cheese has a high melting point, which means you can toss it on the grill and let it get nice and charred and crispy without it turning into a mess. It’a also the perfect accompaniment to grilled veggies on skewers. 

Recipe: Grilled Vegetable and Halloumi Skewers

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Listen up salad lovers: take your leafy creations to the next level with the help of the barbecue. Here, wedges of romaine are tossed right on the grill until charred, then they’re tossed in a creamy homemade caesar dressing, croutons, and parmesan cheese.

Recipe: Grilled Caesar Salad

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Give your next cookout a little makeover with the help of these Korean-inspired hot dogs. They’re coated in a mixture of soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, and sugar, then served in classic buns and topped with sriracha, kimchi, and sesame seeds.

Recipe: Soy-Glazed Korean-Inspired Kimchi Hot Dogs

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You can never have too many potato salad recipes up your sleeve. This one is all about the dressing, which calls for sour cream, mustard,  lemon juice, ranch seasoning and fresh dill.

Recipe: Sour Cream and Chive Potato Salad

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Give boring old chicken an upgrade that’s worth getting excited about. This recipe calls for chicken thighs prepared in a sweet and tangy apricot and barbecue sauce glaze.

Recipe: Barbecue Apricot Chicken

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You can use fresh or frozen blackberries for these pie bars, although my time-saving suggestion: head to your local farmer’s market and buy a jar of fresh berry jam for the filling.

Recipe: Blackberry Slab Pie Bars

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This classic French cake can be made with pretty much any fruit, but why not take advantage of ripe plums while they’re in season? You can also try a mix of different stone fruit.

Recipe: Brown Sugar Plum Clafoutis

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If you’re seeking the perfect dessert, this comes pretty close. It’s a buttery shortbread crust topped with rich almond filling and sweet-meets-tart rhubarb. Oh, and it happens to be totally grain-free.

Recipe: Gluten-Free Rhubarb Tart

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While the homemade cherry syrup isn’t too time-consuming to make, you can always opt for classic simple syrup or agave. Then, just toss some fresh, halved cherries into your glasses as a garnish.

Recipe: Fresh Cherry Mojitos

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This watermelon paloma made with citrus and tequila has to be one of the most refreshing cocktails I’ve come across. It’s ideal for day drinking or sipping on a warm summer night.

Recipe: Watermelon Paloma

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Start with a crisp, dry wine like sauvignon blanc or pinot Grigio. Add your favorite fruit liqueur like Cointreau or peach schnapps and all the sliced stone fruit you can get your hands on.

Recipe: Stone Fruit Sangria