Rachael Ray's Fresh 30-Minute Meals for Late-Summer

Make the most of awesome end-of-summer produce (corn, tomatoes, and peppers, oh my!) with these super-easy recipes.
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Rachael Ray's Creamed Corn with Sausage & Shrimp

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If you love shrimp and grits, eat this tonight. creamed corn is what grits wanna be in summer.

Recipe: Try Rachael Ray's Creamed Corn with Sausage & Shrimp

Rachael Ray's Quick BBQ Pulled-Chicken Sandwiches

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This shortcut sandwich—another great use of coleslaw mix and rotisserie chicken—never gets old.

Recipe: Try Rachael Ray's Quick BBQ Pulled-Chicken Sandwiches

Rachael Ray's Chef Salad with Gribiche Dressing

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This classic salad gets a fancy-pants twist, thanks to one of my favorite sauces, gribiche: a mix of oil, mustard, and chopped hard-boiled eggs.

Recipe: Try Rachael Ray's Chef Salad with Gribiche Dressing

Rachael Ray's Iceberg Slab Cobb Salad

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It can’t get easier than this salad. Make extra dressing and serve as a dip with veggies for a snack.

Recipe: Try Rachael Ray's Iceberg Slab Cobb Salad

Rachael Ray's Green Gazpacho with Vodka Shrimp

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This cold, refreshing soup is perfect for the late-summer night when you think it may be too hot to eat. It’s not.

Recipe: Try Rachael Ray's Green Gazpacho with Vodka Shrimp

Rachael Ray's Crabby & Corny Spaghetti

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This dish is a knockout for late summer: It’s spicy and tangy with jalapeños and Peppadew peppers, which balance the sweetness of the crab and corn.

Recipe: Try Rachael Ray's Crabby & Corny Spaghetti

Rachael Ray's Fried-Fish Tacos with Raw Green Salsa (Salpicón de Pescado con Salsa Verde Cruda)

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Even though the fish is fried, these tacos are light and so fresh. For an appetizer, serve the taco filling with tortilla chips.

Recipe: Try Rachael Ray's Fried-Fish Tacos with Raw Green Salsa (Salpicón de Pescado con Salsa Verde Cruda)

Rachael Ray's Halibut with Bacon, Lettuce & Tomatoes

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Chop up your uncooked bacon as soon as you pull it out of the fridge. The chilled stuff is so much easier to cut into than bacon that’s been on the counter for a bit.

Recipe: Try Rachael Ray's Halibut with Bacon, Lettuce & Tomatoes

Rachael Ray's Spicy Korean-Style Soba Noodles with Corn, Leeks, Cucumber & Kale

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If you love this dish, check out the Burger of the Month. It uses many of the same ingredients.

Recipe: Try Rachael Ray's Spicy Korean-Style Soba Noodles with Corn, Leeks, Cucumber & Kale

Rachael Ray's Beef 'n' Bean Skillet Macho Nachos

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Nachos for dinner? Yup.

Recipe: Try Rachael Ray's Beef 'n' Bean Skillet Macho Nachos

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