Get your chopsticks (and appetite) ready for this spicy and sweet salad.
Beat the heat with this no-cook pasta sauce. Yep, you heard that right.
A wood plank — yes, really — instantly enhances the flavor of even the most basic fish.
What you'll need: cedar planks ($9 for 2, )
Tomatoes and summer go hand-in-hand. Need proof? Try this quick and easy chicken recipe.
Let's be real: If "easy" is in the name, you have to give it a go.
We bet you never thought of tossing a batch of frozen French fries into a pot of mussels ... until now.
Put aside your favorite BBQ sauce (for tonight, at least) and try this tart and tangy version instead.
No one — we repeat: no one — wants to spend a beautiful summer day stuck in the grocery store or kitchen. Try the FREE for 14 Days and save time and money with a week’s worth of dinners hand-picked by our editors, including this five-ingredient Sheet Pan Chickpea Chicken.
This pizza simply looks like summer (and tastes like it, too).
Best eaten outside with a big ol' glass of rosé.
Swap ground beef for spicy sweet potatoes for the ultimate vegetarian taco.
Thanks to a colorful veggie medley, this steak salad ticks off all the healthy boxes.
When you need a light dinner that's low in carbs but heavy on flavor.
When you're too hot to turn on the stove, this is your guy. Just assemble, bake and eat.
What you'll need: pizza cutter ($12, )
We went ahead and threw the whole garden on this one.
Vegetarians will appreciate you at the BBQ when you serve up colorful dish instead of sad veggie burgers.
Simmer low-sodium soy sauce with balsamic vinegar and pressed garlic for a quick DIY teriyaki.
This sweet and smoky corn salsa is the only condiment you need all summer long.
Fried chicken sandwiches are super trendy right now. Foodies are flocking to hot spots like Fuku in New York City and Picnic in Los Angeles for gourmet versions, but you can make your own in just thirty minutes.
We may not be vacationing in Spain this summer, but we can pretend.
Add some Mexican flair to those grilled franks.
Dinner on a stick is always a good time.
What you'll need: bamboo skewers ($5, )
This chilled soup packs the best of summer — watermelon, zucchini, tomato, and basil — all in one bowl.
These Southeast Asian-inspired fis will forever change the way you do Taco Night.
Pretend like you're at a five-star restaurant and serve this elegant salmon with a glass of chilled rosé.
Transform classic shrimp cocktail into a family-friendly salad. Just top vine-ripened red tomatoes with crunchy celery and the crustaceans. Then, spoon on the horseradish-spiked sauce.
Topped with microgreens, thinly sliced apples, and sharp Cheddar, these cheesy BBQ chicken burgers will win everyone over.