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Five Easy Recipes for a Delicious Picnic this Spring Season

Five Easy Recipes for a Delicious Picnic this Spring Season

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Whether alone or with friends and family, a perfect time involves a delicious recipe. Apartment living at 98th Avenue requires an injection of creative cooking and dining to create a wholesome experience. Below are five easy recipes for a delicious picnic this season.

Easy Recipes to try in Your Kitchen

  • Honey Garlic Glazed Salmon

This is a simple dish if you want to spice up your salmon. The garlic and honey inject more flavor into the fish. Glazing the salmon with honey creates a sticky coating on the salmon to intensify your dining experience further.

  • Coconut Curry Salmon

Including coconut milk in your curry ingredient is an excellent way of taking your cooking to the next level without complicating the process. It thickens the sauce besides combines well with the rest of the spices.

  • Shrimp Fried Rice

Don't throw away leftover rice. Instead, fry the rice to improve its aroma and ensure it stays fresh. Adding shrimp to the fry recreates the entire meal, and now you have a completely new dish.

  • Air Fryer Pork Chops

Preparing pork chops with the air fryer makes your work easier. The Parmesan coating gives the dish an explosive taste.

  • Garlicky Spaghetti

This is one of the most straightforward spring season recipes because you already have the required ingredients. The garlic taste is an easy way to spice up pasta.

Enjoying the Weather Outdoors

Armed with your prepared recipes, you need a serene place to have your picnic. The Volunteer Park, a walking distance away, is an excellent choice for exciting picnic ideas. You can sit down and enjoy the weather as the children play in the park. Alternatively, you might enjoy the Bothell Landing Park. It has amusement sections for children with swings and slides.

How to Prepare Delicious Picnic this Season

Once you have chosen your picnic spot, it's time to head outdoors. You will need a simple rolling mat to sit on to avoid getting grass stains on your clothes. Use a basket to carry the food. And don't forget to carry napkins. It gets messy sometimes.

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