If you had to pick one word for the top May recipes, it would be: refreshing! Our readers have embraced the spring season with recipes for outdoor happy hours and cookouts.
This sweet breakfast bread tastes just like a giant blueberry muffin. Lemon and blueberry together are a great flavor pair, especially in breakfast pastries. It was a hit for Mother’s Day!
Serve this whole wheat apricot crostata alone or with a scoop of vanilla gelato! It’s perfect for people who aren’t that into baking because the beauty is in the imperfection.
Not only no-mayo coleslaw healthier, it makes for a light, citrusy contrast to the foods of summer. Pair it with a rack of barbecued ribs or a greasy leg of fried chicken.
Serve strawberry lemonade in mason jars for a nice idea for parties. You should screw on tops tightly, and you can self-serve out of galvanized buckets filled with ice.
The honey and soy sauce caramelize while pan-frying the chicken, making for a smoky glaze that strikes a good balance between savory and sweet. The ginger adds a belly warming kick that sets this apart from chicken teriyaki.