4 Summer Recipes from The Brodie South Austin Rentals

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Everyone’s favorite community of South Austin apartments for rent is back with yet another blog post for our wonderful residents. As the summer continues to get hotter and hotter, it becomes more and more difficult to get yourself to leave your apartment. When that air condition is cranked all the way up, leaving your apartment to go anywhere sounds impossible.

 

For that reason, many Austinites fail to cook for themselves in the summer months. When you’re faced with the choice between going to the grocery store—which is outside— or ordering something from one of the many food delivery services in Austin, the food delivery services usually win. Before you know it, you’ve spent hundreds of dollars on delivery fees and your life is in shambles.

 

We don’t want you to let your life fall apart. That’s why we’re here with a few delicious recipes that look so good, you won’t be able to help but go to the grocery store and buy the necessary ingredients. It is possible to leave your South Austin apartment, you just need to read this blog to get the motivation.

 

Here are a few recipes that absolutely scream, “Austin, Texas Y’all.” Give them a shot, residents!

 

Recipe #1: Pineapple Chicken Kabobs with Marinade

 

These are the ingredients you’ll need for the marinade:

 

  • Avocado Oil

  • Dry Mustard

  • Coconut Aminos

  • Garlic Powder

  • Pineapple Juice

  • Dried Ginger

  • Pepper

 

…and here are the ingredients you’ll need for the kabobs:

 

  • Cubed Chicken Breast

  • Cherry Tomatoes

  • Pineapple Chunks

  • Button Mushrooms

  • Green Bell Pepper

 

We’ll start with the appetizer, and what a healthy, mouth-watering appetizer it is. Take a break from the standard chicken and rice dish that you’ve been making, and opt for this fun Kabob-style dish instead. Get the full details on this recipe by clicking this link.

 

Recipe #2: Smoked BBQ Pork Ribs

 

These are the ingredients you’ll need:

 

  • Rack of Ribs

  • Brown Sugar

  • BBQ Sauce

  • BBQ Pork Rub

  • Butter

 

You aren’t a true Texan until you've prepared a rack of ribs. Alright, that’s not true, but you’ll feel a lot more Texan once you make this recipe. See if your ribs can rival some of the best BBQ in Austin. You can get started on the recipe by clicking this link

Recipe #3: Caprese Salad with Avocado

 

These are the ingredients you’ll need:

 

  • Salt & Pepper

  • Olive Oil

  • Basil Leaves

  • Toasted Pecans

  • Diced Avocado

  • Mozzarella Balls

  • Cherry Tomatoes

  • Strawberries

  • Balsamic Vinegar

 

Every meal needs a salad, and every salad should start incorporating more avocado. This should be one of the more colorful salads that you’ve ever laid eyes on, with the combination of bright red strawberries, the green avocados, white cheese and brown pecans. Get one step closer to this delicious salad—click this link for the recipe.

 

Recipe #4: Freezing Strawberry Parfaits

 

These are the ingredients you’ll need:

 

  • Brown Sugar

  • Strawberries

  • Vanilla Extract

  • Heavy Whipping Cream

  • Balsamic Vinegar

  • Cream Cheese

  • Powdered Sugar

  • Nilla Wafers

 

Last but least, we’ve come to dessert. These frozen treats are exactly what you need to ease the pain of a 100-degree Austin day. You can get started on this delicious dessert by clicking this link to get the recipe.

 

As always, we truly appreciate you taking the time to read the most recent edition of the Brodie Blog. We’re happy to do anything we can to make your summer a little more savory—or sweet. Be sure to bring those chicken kabobs out to the grill at The Brodie pool!

If you enjoyed this week’s blog post, we recommend that you check this page again in a couple weeks for another post. While you wait for that, you can follow us on social media to get all the insider info on your South Austin rentals.

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