Top Rated Corn on the Cob Recipes

corn and kale
"Creating delicious variations on the traditional side salad is something that I love to do. This recipe requires minimal preparation and can be put together in the 10 minutes before you serve your main meal. Kale is an ingredient that I tend to use a lot at home because of its amazing nutritional value. Adding lime juice to the salad dressing helps bring out the flavour of the other ingredients."- Julie Montagu, The Flex Foodie.Recipe excerpted with permission from cookbook Super Foods Super Fast: 100 Energizing Recipes To Make in 20 Minutes Or Less by Julie Montagu. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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El Puchero
Traditional Andina Broth. This classic recipe is served all over the Andes in homes and from street stalls. Traditionally, it’s eaten at carnival time, during February. The slow-cooked broth releases aromas that fill the air to mark the beginning of the festival season. — Martin Morales, author of Andina
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pizza
This recipe is courtesy of The Invisible Chef
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Grilled Corn With Lime Salt
Mexican street corn, a.k.a. elotes, is something that everyone should try at least once in their life. This easy riff on the classic street food has just five ingredients and a zesty lime salt that is beyond delicious.This recipe is courtesy of Morton Salt.
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Corn Cobs in Tangy Peanut Masala
I love corn in most guises, but few dishes are as delicious as this. The cobs are enrobed in a tangy, tomato-based curry laced with crushed roasted peanuts, adding texture and flavor. The result is absolutely delicious and the dish easy to make. I normally eat the cobs with my fingers and mop up the sauce with Indian breads, but if that feels awkward, use corn kernels instead of cobs and eat the dish with a knife and fork. Click here to see Indian Cooking, Simplified.
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Savory Corn Tart with Heirloom Tomatoes
This showstopping tart makes a great brunch dish, but would be especially fun served at a picnic. Slice the juicy, ripe heirloom tomatoes just before serving. Click here to see 7 Essential Heirloom Tomato Varieties.
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Salad of Zucchini, Corn, and Smoked Yogurt
This salad is one of my favorite things to eat. It's got texture, which is what every good salad needs. Smoked yogurt gives a meatiness to this salad and brings it all together. It gives this rich, creamy mouthfeel and at the same time cuts all through it. Add pearled barley to "pork it out."
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Corn-Poached Halibut with Tomato and Charred Jalapeño Chutney
The inspiration for this recipe — my wife, Rebecca — is a self-described corn addict. She adores it in almost any form: tamales, polenta, corn bread, tortillas, and roasted on the cob. I put together this recipe with her in mind, and added a few of her other loves, including onions, spicy jalapeños, and a super-ripe tomato. It was an instant hit, to say the least. — Brian Preston-Campbell, food stylist Click here to see Corn for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Dessert.
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Chicha Enamorada
Purple corn, traditionally used for this drink, is difficult to find, so here’s a version that you can enjoy during late summer and autumn when you can create the colour using fresh blackberries (or at other times of year using frozen). — Martin Morales, author of Andina
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Sweet Corn and Clam Chowder
This signature chowder has become very popular at Fire. We serve it with wild Alaskan halibut, manila clams, and sautéed spinach; it is also delicious with sautéed diver scallops. The result is a rich, thick, and spicy chowder with a great kick!— Douglas Katz, executive chef-owner at Fire Food and Drink, Cleveland, OHClick here to see Corn for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Dessert.
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Sweet Corn Soup with Peaches
This soup captures summer's best flavors: sweet corn, juicy peaches, and fragrant basil.
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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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