In the middle of summeryou probably want to avoid turning on the oven or oven† Fortunately, there are no-cook meals to save the day so you can stay cool when it’s hot outside. Now that chefs are everywhere? TikTok switch their heavy and savory dishes for something light and refreshing there are many delicious recipe options without the need for heat. From ahi tuna poke to garlic sesame noodleshere are five incredible no-cook recipes that take the heat out of the meal.
This ahi tuna poke is packed with flavor and easy to toss together. Start cutting sushi quality raw tuna diced and add to a mixing bowl. Then add green onions, sweet white onion and ginger. Then mix in sesame oil, soy sauce and ponzu sauce. Finally, sprinkle over some chili powder and sesame seeds and mix everything well. Then add a pinch of sugar before serving.
For a salad that is dressed to impress, look no further than this recipe. First, add arugula and cherry tomatoes to a large bowl. Drizzle with olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Then add white beans mixed with pesto and garlic croutons. Finally, sprinkle with a balsamic glaze and enjoy!
Tomatoes combined with watermelon make this Gazpacho recipe “soup-er” tasty. Start by adding chopped tomatoes, diced red onion, peeled and chopped cucumbers, pieces of stale white bread, garlic, olive oil and sherry vinegar in a mixing bowl. Then season with salt and pepper. Then stir all the ingredients together before putting them in the fridge for an hour. Add the mix to a blender, followed by watermelon and basil. Finally, mix until smooth. Serve with croutons, spices or any of your favorite toppings.
The power is in the sauce when it comes to this garlic sesame noodle recipe. First, mix rice noodles with hot water in a mixing bowl. Let the noodles soak before draining off the excess water. Then add the noodles to a serving bowl, followed by shredded roots, cucumbers, cabbage and edamame. Then garnish with sesame sauce of tahini, peanut butter, soy sauce, vinegar, syrup, sesame oil, chili oil, garlic and ginger. Finally, garnish with fresh spices and sesame seeds before serving.
This spicy recipe is so delectably good that it will leave you “peachless.” Start cutting an heirloom tomatoes into slices and cubes and add them to a salad bowl. Then place peach pieces and thin peach slices on top of the tomatoes. Then add the burrata. Season with salt and pepper. Then sprinkle with basil, olive oil and balsamic glaze. Enjoying!
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