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13 Rainy Day Recipes for Spring and Summer

Category: food

As the seasons change, so does the weather. And despite spring and summer bringing warmer temperatures and plenty of sunshine, it can also be rainy and hot. But this doesn’t mean you can’t have a great day inside where it’s nice and cool. 

In fact, a day indoors creates even more opportunity for interesting and exciting activities. 

So, on the days when you find yourself stuck at home because it’s hot and rainy outside, why not get into the kitchen and whip up some foodie magic? 

Cooking, especially with children, can be a great stress relief, and the perfect excuse to spend time together. It also teaches children about food preparation and the importance of nutrition. 

But what do you cook when it’s hot and rainy outside? 

Think cool, fresh, and delicious recipes like hummus and tabbouleh, salmon and sea salt crust, tiramisu in a glass, fruity ice-blocks, and chicken san choy bow, along with so many others. And the best part is you can find all the ingredients you need at your local Stockland Shopping Centre. 

So be sure to check out our list of recipes below – it’s time to get cooking! 

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13 Rainy Day Recipes for Spring and Summer

  • Blueberry and Lemon Marshmallows

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  • H is for Hummus and Tabbouleh

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  • N is for Naan Bread

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  • Q is for Quince in a Jar

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  • S is for Salmon with Sea Salt Crust

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  • T is for Tiramisu in a Glass

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  • Chicken San Choy Bow in 15 Minutes

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  • Miguel's Chorizo and beef empanadas

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  • Pea spread and crackers

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