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Hottest Summer Recipes


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Looking for the best meals to spice up your kitchen this summer? As the weather gets hotter, so will your food. Check out these great recipes picked out by Ryan C. Heffernan, a chef you can trust. These recipes are handed picked to give you amazing flavor for your summer meals.

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Hottest Summer Recipes

  1. 1. H O T T E S T S U M M E R R E C I P E S S P I C E U P Y O U R C O O K I N G F I R E I N T H E K I T C H E N
  2. 2. HAWAIIAN BBQ CHICKEN WRAP This is a perfect recipe for when you’re in a pinch, but still want great food. This recipe’s heat meter is only mild, however you can determine the spiciness simply by choosing your own flavor of BBQ sauce. The Hawaiian flavor is brought out through pineapples and natural herbs. You will love these quick ingredients for an easy, healthy meal.  Heat Meter: Mild with a  bit of Wild 
  3. 3. FIREBALL BUFFALO FRIES Guy Fieri recently wrote a book, Guy on Fire. To make everyone happy, he came up with a recipe of french fries with a kick. Fry seasoning and buffalo hot sauce drizzled over russet potatoes will wake up your tastebuds. The fry seasoning is packed with flavorful spices – cayenne pepper, paprika and garlic to name a few. Guy adds cinnamon whiskey in with the buffalo hot sauce for a fiery flavor.  Heat Meter:  Grab the Water
  4. 4. SOUTHERN HOT CORN If you’re looking for a killer side dish that doubles as a dip, look no further. Spicy corn is the way to go. A traditional southern recipe, southern hot corn typically is served during the winter holidays. But why not bring it back for a summer dinner? Controlling how hot this dish is, you can add hot sauce, extra jalapeños, or even a spicy green pepper salsa to the mix. If you want to enjoy the spice, or make your guests grab their water, spicy southern corn is the way to go.
  5. 5. SWEET CHILI CHICKEN KABOBS Here’s a great excuse to get the grill out. Sweet chili grilled chicken can be served as is, or turned into kabobs. Whether it’s a meal or an appetizer is completely up to you. This is another meal that you have control over the level of spiciness. You can make it sweet with a sassy kick, or spicy enough that you’ll sweat just thinking about one bite.
  6. 6. CAJUN PHILLY CHEESE STEAKS If you want your herbs to last longer, store them in a bunch in a bag in the freezer. They’ll stay fresher longer and will defrost as soon as you put them in a hot pan or pot.A cheesesteak with a fiery flavor, can you imagine? This cajun twist on Philly cheese steaks will have your mouth watering. Chop steak and cheese with jalapeños and cayenne pepper makes for the best spicy cheese steak. You can turn it up a notch by adding hot sauce to your liking.