Classic American Recipes to Celebrate the Fourth of July

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It’s Independence Day and you want to let loose and celebrate with your friends and family. Whether you’re from the States or not, you can still try out these four awesome classic American dishes. Roll out the BBQ and turn on your oven, because these recipes are sure to be a hit!

Mini-Deep Dish Pizzas

Leave it to Martha Stewart and her team to come up with an easy way to create Chicago’s iconic deep-dish pizzas in bite-size form. All you need is a muffin pan, some store-bought pizza dough, your favorite toppings, and the rest is pretty much self-explanatory. You can find the full recipe with instructions here

 Grilled Fish Tacos

Tacos are the ultimate finger food—crispy (or soft shell) and can be stuffed with just about any ingredients. This take on tacos is truly American. They are also easy to make and are widely available in supermarkets. Since it’s a fourth of July celebration, why not treat yourself to some grilled fish tacos, all prepared on the BBQ? We found this super easy to follow recipe from the food blog Tastes Better from Scratch that takes you through each step to achieve some stunning  tacos.  

All-American BBQ Chicken Thighs

Keep that grill hot because we are not finished with it yet. This healthy BBQ dish ditches the bottled BBQ sauce that is often loaded with sugar and sodium. The recipe from Eating Well walks you through making your own  sauce.

The Best Fudgy Brownie Recipe

Indeed, we’ve saved the best for last! Finish your big fourth of July feast with these delectable fudgy brownies. You will marvel at the amazingly soft and  rich chewy texture. Find the recipe here

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