12 Dishes, All Fresh and Cooling

When Summer hits and we try to keep running full speed with our daily duties, isn’t it good and satisfying to be able to sit around a table full of fresh items and cooling dishes that help us beat the heat? Sit back and relax, this week is starting to be so freaking hot that I am here simply making a short round-up of all of the refreshing things I’ve cooked lately. Just click on the links or pictures for recipes and their related stories.

Mexican Prawns Tostadas. Fresh produces combined to lime juice and pimentos make for an exotic travel on the plate, and a meal full of vitamins.

Mexican Prawns Tostadas - by cookingtrips.com

Grilled Swordfish with passion fruit. A dish from the islands. Guess which one?! Check it out!


Homemade Lemonade. Just have a cool drink and admire a nice view, sit back and relax, allow yourself some rest.

Lemonade and a View - cookingtrips.wordpress.com

Tuna tartare with spiced Avocado and Wasabi. A gastronomic version of a Japanese dish.

Tuna Tartare Avocado

Tomatoes with Fresh Mozzarella and Basil Leaves. For a light lunch, or as an entrée to share.

Tomates Mozzarella - cookingtrips.wordpress.com

Caesar Salad. Light lunch with healthy proteins and a sauce full of bursting flavors.

Caesar Salad - by cookingtrips.wordpress.com

Healthy Booster Breakfast. Fresh fruits, grains and Greek yogurt. No need to say more.

Energy Bowl by cookingtrips.wordpress.com

Raw Broccoli Salad. Inspired by the one of Gordon Ramsay’s. An easy party salad… or weeknight dinner.

Raw Broccoli Salad by cookingtrips inspired by Gordon Ramsay

Tuna Salad English Muffins. Although the tuna is cooked, all of the fresh ingredients that compose this sandwich give a cooling feeling.

Tuna Melt Muffin 2

Diet Vegan Spring Rolls. No vermicelli involved for this very light and healthy version of the Asian spring rolls.

Diet Sping Rolls 2

Olive Tapas. Special recipe to up your game in terms of tapas and little things to munch on with good company.

Olives Tapas

Pan Bagnat. Fresh by the choice of ingredients, it is a typical sandwich from Nice, France.

Pan Bagnat


Created and Written by Sophie Rebibo-Halimi. © 2017 All Rights Reserved.




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