Five Easy Recipes To Try

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Kaylee DeWalt, Staff

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With summer just around the corner, now is the perfect time to learn how to cook. Gain some experience or just have some fun making these easy recipes. 

 

SNACK

 

With affordable and easy-to-find ingredients, the classic Hawaiian Spam Musubi is simple, yet extremely delicious. Consisting of three ingredients: spam, rice, and seaweed, Musubi can be found in convenience stores all around Hawaii. Musubi is quite versatile, with many variations of the dish adding ingredients such as rice seasoning, soy sauce, and egg. 

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Recipe: https://omnivorescookbook.com/spam-musubi/ 

 

Popularized by its cute and picnic-worthy look, the Fruit Sando is the perfect quick snack for those with a sweet tooth. Made with white bread, heavy whipping cream, and fresh fruit, the Fruit Sando can be made quickly, with little preparation. 

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Recipe: https://www.justonecookbook.com/japanese-fruit-sandwich-fruit-sando/ 

MEALS

If you are in the mood for something filling, a Poke Bowl is the way to go. With its colorful pallet, this native Hawaiian dish is sure to be delicious. Made traditionally with tuna or salmon, its raw flavors are perfect for sushi lovers. 

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Recipe: https://www.jessicagavin.com/ahi-tuna-poke-bowl-recipe/ 

 

Looking for a light meal? Tortilla de patatas is the way to go. Translating to ‘Spanish Tortilla,’ tortilla de patatas has little in common with the classic Mexican tortilla most of us grew up with. Consisting of potato and egg, this open-faced omelet is best served at room temperature. 

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Recipe: https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/8849-spanish-tortilla

 

DESSERT

The perfect summer body will have to wait for this one. Take it from experience, the perfect thing to break a diet with is churros. Topped with powdered sugar and served with chocolate, this Spanish dish can be found around the world and, with its simple ingredients, is surprisingly easy to make. 

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Recipe: https://www.cookingclassy.com/churros/ 

 

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