Want to whip up a cool and delicious menu for your family and friends this summer? Not a problem: Our no-cook recipes will have you serving tasty, refreshing meals in no time.
This Vietnamese favourite is easy to make and is just as suitable for a main course as it is for an appetizer. Look for rice paper wrappers in the Asian section of the grocery store.
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Tomatoes and nectarines might seem like an unusual combination, but they're in season at the same time and go together beautifully.
The muffuletta is said to have originated in 1906 at Central Grocery in New Orleans. Italian workers would stop at this store to pick up meat, cheese, olive salad and bread for lunch. Here we have cut down on the traditional amount of deli meat, because it is very high in sodium.
Couscous is one of the easiest starches to prepare and only requires boiling a kettle. Using cooked rotisserie chicken makes this salad so easy.
To give this velvety soup a smoother texture, strain it through a fine-mesh sieve. If you can't find watercress, arugula makes a good substitute.
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