Summer Pescatarian Recipe
Summer Pescatarian Recipe

When the weather starts to turn up the heat, we like to turn up the flavor in our kitchen. I look for recipes full of color, fresh in-season fruits and veggies, and not a lot of cleanup. That's why we chose these recipes for easy pescatarian cooking with lots of options for vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free meals. 

In the summer, I'm spending a lot of time out in the garden. We grow as much of our own fruits and veggies as we can each year. But farm fresh produce doesn't have the same preservatives as a lot of the store-bought produce. So we have to eat it fast before it goes bad.  

These recipes all have amazing flavors and textures, but best of all they don't take a lot of time. After a long day in the sun, I don't want to spend a long time cooking or cleaning.  So take a look at let us know which one of these recipes are your favorite.  And I hope you'll discover a new favorite recipe blogger along the way as well!

At the Top: Salmon Skewers With Citrus by Cookin With Mima

Blueberry Flatbread with goat cheese recipe by Midwest Foodie

When it's hot outside, I love to serve something cool and refreshing for dinner. I always look for lighter flavors, something that's not too heavy, and I always want bright colors on the plate. 

That's why I love this Corn Tomato Avocado Salad by Feel Good Foodie.

Whenever I find delicious vegan, gluten and dairy free recipes I save them on Pinterest. 

For more gluten free recipes see our Gluten Free comfort food roundup!

Let me first say that every photo of food on FromAChefsKitchen.com makes me so hungry and they are beautiful photos!  I really wanted to feature so many of their recipes just to show you how incredible the photos are!

However, I love this Mango Gazpacho with Crab and Jalapeno relish because it's a different take on Gazpacho because it doesn't have tomatoes! But WOW does it have flavor and color! 

I grow a lot of peppers in my garden, along with cilantro and chives. I love having something else to do with those peppers and herbs besides a salsa!

I'd serve this with — One of my recipes or drinks.

These Salmon Skewers with Citrus are easy to make and a great weeknight treat for your whole family. I have always just grilled salmon on the BBQ, but I've never cooked it next to lemons and limes like this before.  It's a great idea and it is so pretty!

This recipe is very simple and it is also Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free!  The hardest part is remembering to soak the wooden skewers in water for 15 minutes before you plan to use them. 

Check out more yummy recipes on Cookin With Mima!

Midwest Foodie is such a cute blog. I love that she shares real food and doesn't waste a lot of time getting to the recipe. I love this Blueberry Flatbread with goat cheese recipe. Not only is it beautiful, but it is simple. 

I love to grill pizza on our smoker grill. It's so easy and there is just a slight subtle smokey flavor to the pizza that really brings out the flavor to fruits and cheeses. 

Summer Pescatarian Recipe

The last recipe is one of our own. We have so many yummy peppers growing in the garden and it's so easy to stuff them and toss them on the smoker grill while you make a light salad for the side. Our Not So Boring Stuffed Poblano Peppers are a house favorite. And that citrus salad has a little something to end the night with more comfort and ahhhh!

We hope we have found a few recipes in this collection that inspires you to try something new. I always love discovering a new recipe to share with my friends and family.  These days our gatherings are very small as we keep social distancing. So it's a treat to see friends and family and make them something special from scratch. 

I want to thank each of these amazing food bloggers for inspiring my culinary adventures and for allowing me to share them with our readers. 

If you found one of these recipes and loved it, please take the time to share it with your social media friends and family. That's how we bloggers get the happy feelz and know that what we do is actually being seen and appreciated. 

Summer Pescatarian Recipe

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