Tasty summer dishes that mean more time spent outdoors, and less time spent in the kitchen. Try our Ready for You, ready-made options for speedy meals when you need them. If you’re craving a DIY option, we’ve got easy summer meal ideas for when you want homemade without the fuss.
Take: Korean-style pulled pork flatbread
Made in store and ready-to-eat, these flatbreads are topped with cooked, pulled pork, Korean-style marinade, Compliments crunchy coleslaw, a scattering of sliced green onions and sesame seeds. Ideal for warm nights when you’d rather sit outside and soak up the late-day sunshine, instead of working in the kitchen. Available in our Kitchen Dept.
Make: Baked Flatbread Pizza Sandwich
Take: Korean-style wrap
Korean-marinated pulled pork, Compliments crunchy coleslaw, slices of green onions and nutty sesame seeds are wrapped in a flour tortilla for a satisfying, tasty summertime sandwich. Available in our Kitchen Dept.
Make: Pulled pork sliders
Set it in the slow cooker and forget it (for 6 hours, anyway). When the cooker is done working its magic, you can put together these saucy sandwiches for a quick lunch or dinner. Avoiding carbs? Try it in a lettuce wrap! Prefer a more traditional sandwich? Stack pulled pork up on soft hamburger buns with a tangy coleslaw, and dig in!
Take: Whole Assorted Dagwood Sandwich, 1.15kg
Bite into an assortment of tasty meats and cheeses from our Deli Dept., fresh lettuce and tomato slices layered in between an in-store baked French loaf and dressed with mayonnaise and mustard.
Make: Muffuletta Sandwich
If you’ve got twenty minutes, you’ve got enough time to make four sky-high muffuletta sandwiches featuring Italian-style cold cuts, cheeses, marinated artichoke hearts and roasted vegetables, olives, arugula, and red onion slivers. It’s like being in the Big Easy without leaving home. One recipe feeds four, too!
Crispy Fried Chicken
Make: Oven-Fried Chicken with Sweet Potato & Carrot Rosti
One of our easiest summer meal ideas yet: A kid-friendly, one-dish meal that offers you the crunch you’re looking for in fried chicken, only it’s oven-fried and coated with corn flake cereal. Served with a side of sweet potato and carrot rosti, you’ve got dinner for four on the table in an hour!