Posted on May 30, 2019
While summer does not officially begin until the end of June, we couldn’t help but dive into the flavors of summer. Summer brings forth a bounty of flavorful fruits, vegetables and herbs that deserve no less than to be cooked up into wonderful meals! One of the greatest qualities of sorghum is that it serves as a catalyst for flavors, which is good news for all summer fare. We’ve gathered 10 sorghum recipes that capture the flavors of summer!
There is something special about pairing beets with goat cheese. We’ve mixed up this classic with the addition of whole grain sorghum, oranges, walnuts and a mustard vinaigrette. Try our newest recipe served up just in time for summer.
Who doesn’t love the cool, sweet crunch of watermelon on a hot summer day? This Watermelon Arugula Salad perfectly pairs watermelon, cucumber, whole grain sorghum, arugula, sunflower seeds and feta with a lemon-mint balsamic dressing.
If this recipe doesn’t shout summer, we aren’t sure what does! These lettuce cups are a pleasant twist to the beloved street taco. Whole grain sorghum tossed with shrimp, corn, tomatoes, cilantro, lime and cumin all fit perfectly in a fresh Boston Bibb lettuce leaf.
This Sorghum Tabbouleh Salad with Grapes created by Katie Cavuto takes advantage of fresh herbs - parsley, dill and mint! Sorghum, green grapes and cucumber drizzled with a tangy dressing makes this salad a superb addition to a family-style Mediterranean plate.
Grab the family and the wok and cook dinner together! This Wondergrain Stir Fry blends a variety of fresh produce for a colorful eating experience. Best of all, the meal comes together in less than 30 minutes.
If you love a good BLT sandwich, you’ll want to try this recipe with creative twist. Grab some lettuce and tomatoes from the garden and whip up a batch of this delicious Sorghum BLT Salad.
Is your grill or smoker ready for summer? Mix up your grilling routine with this tangy, yet slightly sweet simple sorghum barbecue sauce. Made with just four simple ingredients, this sauce pairs well with grilled chicken, beef, pork and more.
Summer calls for a tasty dessert and this Sorghum Peach Skillet Cake is our go-to. A gluten-free vanilla cake batter combines excellently with fresh peaches all baked in a cast-iron skillet. Top a slice off with some homemade vanilla ice cream for an extra sweet treat.
Grilled veggies add savory flavors to any dish, and this Grilled Veggie Nourish Bowl from Triad to Wellness doesn’t disappoint. Squash, zucchini, tomatoes, sorghum and hemp hearts are topped off with a nutty tahini dressing for a light, yet filling meal.
The flavors of the all-American favorite bacon cheeseburger unite with sorghum and a simple dressing in this Sorghum Bacon Cheeseburger Bowl. This healthy twist on the classic makes family-style eating even more fun, especially on the back patio by the pool!