Top Rated Summer Recipes

Ceviche
The perfect summer starter or side, this easy-to-make ceviche is ideal for large groups trying to beat the heat. Goes great with tortilla chips.  Try some of these ceviche recipes before the summer ends. 
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Summer Sangria recipe - The Daily Meal
Whether you opt for red or white wine, you can't go wrong with a glass of chilled, fruity sangria. Pair berries, apples and plums with red sangria or peaches, nectarines and melons with white sangria. Citrus adds balance to both.This recipe is by Julia Reed, author of "But Mama Always Put Vodka in Her Sangria!: Adventures in Eating, Drinking, and Making Merry" (St. Martin's Griffin, 2014), and was originally published in the Orlando Sentinel.
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Strawberry Muffins
Serve these muffins warm, spread with extra strawberry jam, for the sweetest summer breakfast.This recipe is courtesy of Bonne Maman.
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Strawberry Sorbet
This recipe has only three ingredients and three steps. Making sorbet at home is easier than you think.This recipe is courtesy of Dinner, Then Dessert.
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Feta Summer Pasta
Perfect as a main or a side, this is a great pasta that has an easy no-cook sauce and is filled with some of summer's best produce. The fresh arugula and spinach add a nice bite at the end. 
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Mustard has many forms — yellow, dijon, grey-poupon. The list goes on and on. But if you're looking for a way to take your mustard even further, this is the recipe for you. Capers, Kalamata olives and green onions are mixed with dijon mustard to form a bold, flavor-packed condiment that you can serve on salads, sandwiches and more.  
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Indian Summer
Named after our favorite winter phenomenon, the Indian Summer cocktail from The Writing Room is simple and colorful. 
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Zesty Summer Tilapia
This summer dish is light and refreshing with a pinch of heat. Combining the tang of lime, the bite of red pepper,  the sweetness of blueberry, and the attitude of your favorite hot sauce, this meal delivers a spicy kick without losing its cool. Not to mention, it's super easy to create.  See all recipes for tuna. Click here to see Tasty Tilapia Recipes for Any Night of the Week.
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Take advantage of what's in season with this refreshing (and boozy!) summer dessert. Vanilla Bean Cane Sugar adds a warm flavor note to counter the bright mint. 
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You can simply dilute juice with water (or fizzy water) for a special occasion drink that won’t spike your kid’s blood sugar through the roof, but you can also puree whole fruit for a delicious drink without as many calories as your average smoothie and with the added fiber that juices omit.
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Spicy Beef Summer Rolls Recipe
After a long day at school or work, nothing beats a cool and refreshing summer roll to take the edge off. And why order some from your local Asian restaurant when you can make them at home? I've paired a slightly spicy ground beef mixture with greens and a curried mayonnaise for layers of flavor, but once you have the wrapping technique down, the fun part of making these is experimenting. Try using fruits like mango and papaya inside or opt for shredded chicken tossed in a peanut sauce that is homemade or store-bought. Click here to see Quick and Easy Gluten-Free Recipes Click here to see more Easy Dinner Recipes.
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This is, hands down, my favorite way to use summer tomatoes. While it does require the use of an oven (I know, I know), it's totally worth it. Serve this as a side with steak and you'll have a whole new meaning of what a summer tomato is.
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