Simple Summer Suppers & #CookBlogShare 31
Here’s a lovely collection of Simple Summer Suppers perfect for those scorching, sunny days from the #CookBlogShare bloggers! From beautiful grilled marinaded chicken & fish, a rainbow veggie Paneer dish to a stunning use for courgettes in the form of zucchini sushi!
How’s everyone doing?
Safe & well I hope!
Everyone round here is all good, going a little stir crazy but making the most of being outside in the sunshine. We are cautiously adventuring out and about but staying around here. We’ve had some lovely trips out to Hillier Gardens, Marwell Zoo and Meon Shore beach, making the most of what summer we have before we get busy again with travelling to work, gymnastics training and school pick ups!
And finally Miss Elodie has got back to gym to training! And oh my has she missed it!
A lovely day out with The Peas at Itchen Valley Country Park! Thankfully we never go anywhere without hand sanitiser so they were able to clean their hands before and after playing on the play equipment. We always do both as I’d hate for them to be carrying any germs without knowing and leave it for someone else to pick up.
The allotment looks good, although we’ve not spent as much time up there as maybe we could’ve done. The pumpkins, beans and beetroots look amazing so far!
In other news, everyone in this house is eagerly awaiting the arrival of our copy of You, Me & Food Allergies. This beautiful book is the latest from Emma (Free From Farmhouse) and is aimed at helping young children learn all about allergies. We’ve had a sneak peek and it looks amazing! The pictures are stunning too. As an allergy mum and teacher, this book is going to be invaluable! Hop over to the You, Me & Food Allergies website to find some downloadable resources and more!
Simple Summer Suppers:
So without further ado here is the round up from last week’s stunning entries to #CookBlogShare!
It was such a hard decision to pick, especially considering the large number of absolutely delicious looking ice-cream recipes!
But in the end I decided on this amazing looking collection of Simple Summer Suppers! I don’t know about you but when the weather is hot and sticky I want to spend as little time cooking as possible! All of these lovely recipes can either be grilled on a BBQ or inside and they can definitely be packed up and eaten chilled at a lovely outdoor picnic with friends.
1. Zucchini Sushi from Gluten Free Alchemist
Zucchini (or courgettes) are just coming into season now in the UK. And as anyone who grows them will tell you, a couple of plants will keep you well stocked for a good couple of months! Down here in the south, we’ve managed to keep plants going until almost November it just depends when the damp Autumn mornings roll in. Anyway… As No17 ramps up courgette production, we are always looking for lovely ways to use them up. These sushi wraps look really fun and I like the way they can be filled with basically whatever you want, making them easily adaptable for entertaining! I bet they are amazing with mushroom pate or a vegan olive tapenade inside!
2. Chilli Lime Sea Bass from Carrie’s Kitchen
We Love fish in this house and Sea Bass is no exception! Add to that the chilli & lime marinade and this beautiful Chilli & Lime Sea Bass recipe is definitely on my to try list! The mango salsa sounds amazing too! If you are catering for vegetarians or vegan, you could use tofu or even courgette! And for anyone with a soy allergy, simply substitute for coconut aminos or a no-soy sauce alternative!
3. Cilantro Lime Grilled Chicken from Handmade Weekly
Another great recipe, using a simple mix of beautiful flavours to give a lovely twist to your summer suppers and BBQ’s! Again this marinade would be lovely on a thick slice of courgette grilled on a hot BBQ and served with simple salad or in a flatbread!
4. Paneer Kathi Rolls from Go Healthy Ever After
Honestly, food like this just makes me happy. So pretty and colourful and full of beautiful flavours! These would definitely be a winner at a Peachick Picnic and I can’t see them lasting very long! Because of the way it is prepared, The Peas can eat a little paneer. I used to love paneer back when I could eat a little dairy, it makes the most lovely vegetarian curries. If you can tolerate soy, tofu is a good substitute.
#COOKBLOGSHARE WEEK 31 LINKY
If you are just here for the yummy recipes and to find something delicious for dinner then feel free to scroll on past the entry rules and get right to the recipes – although if you do find something you like then social shares are always appreciated by us blogger types!
As well as commenting & Tweeting all the lovely recipes linked up this week, I will pin them all to the #CookBlogShare Pinterest Board(and one or two of my own!) but the social love doesn’t stop there.
Don’t forget to:-
- TAG @recipescrumbs @lostinf00d follow on Twitter, using #CookBlogShare hashtag for retweets. AND If you tag @Peachicksbakery in any I will retweet them too!
- ADD #CookBlogShare to your Insta posts so we can all find you! And don’t forget you can also tag them (and me) in the Insta post to make it even easier to find (@lostinf00d @recipesmadeeasyblog & @Peachicksbakery)
- POST your recipes to the CookBlogShare Facebook Page
One last thing –
If search for #CookBlogShare across social media, you can see all the posts tagged with it. Why not spend a little time exploring & spread a little ‘like/retweet’ love around – but don’t forget some kind of snack while you do it, as it always makes me really hungry! There are thousands of amazing looking recipes to be discovered on Instagram alone!
Pin Simple Summer Suppers For Later:
I’m sure you’ve read them a few times but for anyone new to #CookBlogShare or those of us (like me) that love a reminder…
- You can link up any foodie posts you have. Both old and new posts are welcome as long as they have not been linked to #CookBlogShare before.
- Link up a recipe or foodie post by clicking the blue ‘add your link’ button below and following the instructions. You can link up to 4 posts. by linking you are giving permission for the photo to be used in a round up post.
- Add a link from your post back to this post (so everyone else can find it and link up too!)
- Add the #CookBlogShare badge to your post (Code below – for WordPress copy and paste the code below into the text view of your post).
- Comment on some of the other recipes linked up here (at least 2 for each link you added but the more you can the better) and generally share the love with a bit of social media action!
- Plus comment on either this post or one of the posts labelled HOST in the linky.
- Have fun and get ready to Cook Blog Share!
- Finally, Add code for the linky badge (this should be done in the text edit view )
- AND you can find next week’s link over at Lost in Food!