Been awhile since I did one of these- but it's summer and the grill is going strong! These are a few recipes I've tried out recently and loved:
Smokey Spice Rubbed Salmon with Black Beans and Corn- This was a winner, all the way. I was afraid that the rub would be overpowering, but it was perfect. Very complex flavoring, paired very well with the corn and beans. I actually saved some of the rub and cooked it with the vegetables. TallBoy said it would also pair well with rice (he's always craving simple carbs) but I thought it was perfect as is. But if you have a hungry fiance it might be worth it to just make the rice already.
Chicken Enchilada Stuffed Zucchini Boats- Yummy. Satisfying, low carb, tons of veggies. My only real complaint was that these took me like, an hour and a half from start to finish. And only 35 of those minutes were baking... so it's kind of labor intensive. However, it does make a lot, and the leftovers make delicious lunches. I used ground chicken instead of shredded, but you could use ground turkey, beef, or even just beans. I also used my own taco mix instead of the spice mixture she uses on the meat. If you don't mind a little extra prep work, this is a good recipe- hearty yet summery!
French Toast- OK- not diet friendly or really truly summery or anything... but this is a GOOD recipe. Simple, easy, delicious results. If you want to make a really GOOD breakfast for dinner- make this version. The orange juice and peel really add a little kick to these while not being overly ORANGE. Top with maple syrup, and pair with bacon and mimosas. You're welcome.
I wish I had more summer recipes to post, but we have hardly been home this summer to cook! When we have, it's been a lot of grilling out, burger, chicken, etc.