Top Rated Corn Recipes

This recipe truly highlights two of summer’s best offerings: corn and tomatoes.  For best results, never refrigerate your tomatoes - the cold will ruin both their flavor and texture. Rioja Pairing: The bright acid from the tomatoes and lime juice in this dish would pair well with an unoaked white Rioja. White Riojas that undergo stainless-steel fermentation but have no oak contact tend to be bright and refreshing summer quenchers.
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A study conducted last year found that more than 35 million pounds of candy corn are sold annually. This recipe uses the popular candy in a fun and, not to mention healthy, way.
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"This corn soufflé is so simple to make and will get you an unbelievable amount of compliments from your family and friends. The cheese topping is to die for!" — Julie Benz
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For years, this was a recipe I didn't let out of my kitchen — I don't know why, but everybody has one or two recipes like that. I finally relented and gave a copy to Rick Bishop, Milk Bar's favorite strawberry farmer, and he told me he hid it under his kitchen sink, where he knew it would be safe. Read the secret to Momofuku Milk Bar's Cookies
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Porn Corn
So good, it's obscene. Sure, you could just serve ordinary popcorn. But why would you? Click here to see 12 Ways to Spice Up Popcorn.
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This recipe is quick and easy to make for a potluck dish. 
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Grilled Corn Recipe
Grilled corn is one of the best things about summer. Fresh, juicy, and slightly charred is exactly how I want my corn — and grilling it is the perfect way to achieve these qualities. Start with good quality corn on the cob, which is usually during the summer months when they are in the peak of their season. This is a basic recipe with butter and seasoning, but grilled corn is also great with Parmesan cheese and chopped herbs.
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I like sprinkling this rub all over freshly made sweet corn, which I make by boiling corn in water with 2 tablespoons of white sugar.
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These martinis will get your guests in the mood for Halloween. The orange candy corn not only tastes great in the drink, but looks great as well! 
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Grilled Mexican-Style Corn
Forget boiling, butter, and salt. On the streets of Mexico, corn on the cob is flavored with fresh lime juice and a dash of chili powder before it's tossed on the grill. This is how corn is served on the streets of Mexico, robed in a thin sheen of mayo (instead of butter) and topped with a sprinkling of chili powder and cheese. If you want to cut the calories, lime juice and chili powder alone offer a vast improvement over standard boiled corn — but once you try the full package, you'll have a hard time eating it any other way.  
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Tamales
Tamales can take a couple of days to make if you’re using an intricate filling. In this easy recipe, the masa ingredients are all mixed in a bowl and just spread on dried corn husks, making for softer tamales with a shorter prep time. Traditionally, tamales are made with lard, but in this recipe (and in a lot of traditional ones) butter is used instead to bind the ingredients. I’m often asked what the best substitute is for lard or butter when making a tamal. My answer? Make enchiladas instead. Click here to see It Doesn't Get Easier Than Brunch. 
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Summer corn is so naturally delicious, not much preparation is needed to make it shine. Spicy paprika, fresh cilantro, and salt and pepper contrast corn’s sweetness to add nuance to the flavor of the classic corn on the cob.
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