Summer is the time to eat as much fruit as you can; it all tastes so much better when the sun is shining. Long overlooked for a starring role at suppertime, fruit can play a role on your table well beyond dessert. Try these quick recipes and give savory fruit a chance to take center stage.
Juicy mango is the perfect tropical flavor companion to salty shrimp skewers. A tart glaze smothers the shrimp during grilling, and doubles as sauce to serve alongside.
Get the Recipe: Fruit Glazed Shrimp
Rich, flavorful salmon gets a tart makeover covered in a sweet and savory salsa. Can't get enough? Try the versatile fruit salsa with grilled shrimp or chicken breasts.
Get the Recipe: Salmon with Fruit Salsa
Give your tastebuds a refreshing kick of a wakeup call! Who knew so many flavors could be packed into one satisfying side? If you need to tamp down the spice in this summer potluck staple, substitute the Thai chilies for a large seeded jalapeu00f1o.
Get the Recipe: Watermelon, Mint and Chili Salad
Who says soups are just for chilly, rainy days? Prepare this cool and mellow twist on gazpacho as close as possible to serving time. If you must make it ahead, a quick whir in the blender will take care of any separation prior to serving.
Get the Recipe: Fruit Gazpacho
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