The Maya Kitchen, Beach Inspired Dishes

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This summer, as you plan your vacations, treat yourself to three refreshing and delicious tropical dishes you can make at home. The Maya Kitchen sets you up for a tasty summer with fun and easy-to-do recipes that bring the flavors of the beach to your own kitchen.

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Start with a light and nutritious Fish Fingers in Soft Taco with Avocado Aioli Dressing. Even kids would love this colorful dish with red and green cabbage, thinly sliced carrots, fish fingers, and soft taco shells made with MAYA All-Purpose Flour. What makes this dish a real treat is the avocado aioli dressing you can drizzle over the tacos or serve on the side. Avocado is full of healthy fats and is a popular fruit perfect for your summer menu.

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Try your hand at making your own batch of the new food trend taking over social media: Poke Bowls, a Hawaiian dish made up of raw fish tossed over rice or vegetables. Sweet N’ Spicy Salmon Poke in Pineapple Brown Rice is a flavorful Poke Bowl you can easily put together. Mix juicy pineapple chunks with brown rice and top it with sushi-grade salmon fillets. You can even whip up a batch for sharing with your friends.

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Complete your fresh summer menu with a Greek-style Roasted Corn Cob Salad. This version of corn cob salad is so much more satisfying because your chopped Japanese corn is brushed with a mixture of melted butter, Parmesan, and parsley. Toss in arugula, lettuce, cherry tomatoes, olives, and feta cheese, top it off with a red wine vinaigrette, and you have a sumptuous serving of veggies.

Enjoy the season with colorful, delicious, and healthy homemade dishes. For more recipe inspirations, visit www.themayakitchen.com.

Stay hungry,

thehungrychef

Nathaniel Uy

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