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Make one of these dishes for your next neighborhood cookout. They’re all easy to transport, simple to serve and, most importantly, delicious!
Made with bulgur, fresh herbs, chopped vegetables and buttery chickpeas, this Middle Eastern-style salad is like a bulked-up tabbouleh.
If an empty bowl is the sign of a good dish, this dip adapted from The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook is a sure winner. It’s tangy and full of bright summer flavor.
Sweet and tangy, this cucumber salad satisfies on a hot summer day. Serve with BBQ chicken, ribs, or anything off the grill.
With black beans, sweet corn, crisp bell peppers and creamy avocado, this is one of those crowd-pleasing, make-ahead recipes that everyone loves.
Instead of boiling corn on the cob for a crowd, try a fresh corn salad that you can make ahead of time.
Made from tomatillos, this salsa verde is tangy, fiery, chunky, smoky, and 100% good enough to eat with a spoon. But your guests may appreciate tortilla chips.
This is the perfect summer side dish: it’s wonderfully light, takes mere minutes to make, travels well to a picnic or BBQ, and can be served warm or room temperature. Try it with my Grilled Moroccan Chicken.
This dip may never win a beauty contest, but it’s the best black bean dip I’ve ever tried. The secret is lots of onions, garlic, jalapeños, and fresh lime to boost the flavor.
This recipe makes a ton, improves over time, and can be served cold or room temperature, so it’s the perfect do-ahead dish for a picnic or potluck.