Al Roker stops by the TODAY kitchen to make healthy summer corn and fresh shrimp two ways. He shows us how to prepare grilled corn on the cob and shrimp skewers with a spicy marinade and a salad using the grilled shrimp and corn, with black beans, tomatoes and arugula to use up any leftovers. Aromatic garlic, ginger, hot jalapeños and zesty lime pack a huge flavor punch, making this shrimp a real standout. The sweet and slightly smoky corn is the perfect compliment to the spicy skewers.
Al's Garlic Avocado Toast Al Roker 2017-08-16T17:00:00Z TODAY print recipe Prep time:5 minutes Servings:1 Al likes to keep his avocado toast super simple. "Nothing fancy," he says. "No huge pieces of bread like they serve at restaurants. All I need is a nice piece of whole wheat bread toasted. "But the thing that really sets Al's avocado toast apart from the many, many others is the fact that he rubs garlic on the bread after he toasts it. It's a garlic bread-avocado toast mashup.
Al Roker is stopping by the TODAY kitchen to share two of his easy, go-to entertaining recipes. He shows us how to make a protein-rich pasta salad with tuna and balsamic dressing, plus salted caramel-filled blondies that are perfect for when guests drop in. Add extra protein to pasta salad with healthier chickpea noodles, hearty tuna and fresh avocado. Go all out on dessert with these decadent blondies stuffed with a layer of creamy salted caramel.
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