This is one of my 20/10 recipes. That means it takes 20 minutes to make and has 10 ingredients or less. Fresh, healthy, delicious and filling (not necessarily in that order), this white bean, tuna and radicchio salad is perfect for a nutrient-packed lunch or a quick weeknight dinner.
Refreshing, creamy, sweet and slightly spicy, this summer corn soup is packed with protein and nutrients from a delicious bone broth base, an array of fresh herbs (looking at you, tarragon), and some of the season’s best veggies. Versatile and filling, it can be served hot or chilled, alongside a main or as a light meal all on its own.
Cooked under the broiler and eaten off skewers, these chicken kebabs require minimal effort or cleanup. While you can eat them any way you like, they were made to pair alongside Persian crispy rice, with smoked paprika, cumin and a touch of cinnamon spicing up the marinade.
A fancy-looking breakfast treat or dessert that’s simpler than it looks to make, my take on a traditional clafoutis relies on coconut milk and allspice to boost the natural sweetness without relying on any refined sugars.
Shallots, ginger, cumin, a pinch of local chili powder and the warming, sweet combination of cardamom, cinnamon and star anise are the key components of this summer peach chutney. It's sweet, spicy and full of flavor to spice up any boring weeknight meal or weekend BBQ.
Spring naan flatbread
Peak-season heirloom tomatoes, a substantial amount of good olive oil and a hint of spicy padron pepper powder are what make this simple summer gazpacho an absolute crowd pleaser. This chilled soup is bright, fresh and full of goodness that’s perfect for a summer lunch or light dinner served alongside a loaf of crusty bread.
This beloved Mexican street food snack can easily be made at home — guilt free. Made with greek yogurt and parmesan cheese instead of mayo, it's light and full of protein with a spicy, tart, salty and sweet kick.
Creamy, sweet, tart and a cinch to whip up, this no-churn ice cream requires no special equipment and hardly any prep. It’s a perfect, simple homemade dessert to enjoy all summer long.
This is possibly one the easiest, fastest, healthiest and delicious seafood soup you could make. The mussels add a sea-salty touch to broth, which is simply a quick vegetable stock made of aromatics and tomatoes.
Inspired by a spiced minced meat recipe that my mother-in-law taught me known as kheema, this 30-minute meal pairs ground lamb with a flavor bomb of spices, fresh herbs and lime.