31 July 2018

3 Recipes to Try in Your Outdoor Kitchen this Summer

Posted in Spaces, Outdoor Kitchen

Add Some Flare to Your Cookout

3 Recipes to Try in Your Outdoor Kitchen this Summer

This summer is all about trying new things. And one of those things is your new outdoor kitchen.

But a kitchen is only as good as the food you prepare, so why not explore new flavors this year?

Below, we’ll highlight some of our favorite summer recipes and show you how to spruce them up to enjoy some of this year’s hottest food trends.

Want to savor the summer just a little bit longer this year? Keep reading below!

 

See Also: What Will This Summer Taste Like?

 

Pizza from Scratch

Sure, there’s nothing easier than hitting speed dial and ordering from the best pizza place in town, but if you’ve never made your own pie, you’re missing out.

And there’s no better way to enjoy a freshly made pizza than when it’s straight out of the brick oven in your outdoor kitchen. So why not start simple, like with this homemade dough recipe from Epicurious?

Plus, you can add a unique flare by adding some pickled vegetables to your toppings list – which will help you participate in one of the hottest food trends of 2018.

 

Lobster Tail

If you’re hosting a more upscale gathering, you may want to take a step up from pizza. Lobster tail is a classic – and with your outdoor oven, it’s a snap to prepare. Just follow this recipe from Café Delights. The oven-baked version will set you apart from your outdoor grilling peers.

Plus, you’ll get a chance to make the delicious honey garlic butter white wine sauce – great practice for preparing your own condiments, another huge trend of the season.

 

Kebab

A classic for outdoor grilling, kebabs are easy to make and even easier to customize. You can enjoy everything from veggies to seafood to your favorite cut of meat.

There’s not much variation on how to make a kabob, but you can follow this recipe from The Mediterranean Dish if you don’t know what you’re doing.

We suggest trying some unusual cuts of meat this year. How might a bit of oyster steak on the skewer liven up your taste buds?

What else can you do with your outdoor kitchen? Plenty!

And you can begin receiving valuable updates on the latest lifestyle and technology trends directly to your inbox. It’s free, its easy, and you’ll stay ahead of the curve.

 

Just click here to get started.