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Roasted Corn Salad

 

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Recipe

Roasted Corn Salad

This recipe has quite a few steps, but ones that you can skip and have the store do for you, like roasting peppers and shucking corn. I did it all myself, but no one will know if you buy roasted peppers and use canned or frozen corn that you just roast in the oven for a while.

Times

  • Ready Time : 0 min

Servings

Ingredients

  • 3 ears white corn
  • 1 red pepper
  • 1 shallot, chopped
  • Salt and pepper
  • Chili powder
  • About 1 tablespoon chopped cilantro

Directions

1. Season the corn with salt, pepper, and chili powder. Roast or grill the corn for about 15 minutes. Let cool.

2. Roast the red pepper over an open fire, rotating when the skin is black. When blackened, place in plastic bag and let steam for about ten minutes. Remove from bag, peel the black skin off, and cut into strips. Cut the strips into small pieces (about the same size as the shallots).

3. Combine the shallots, roasted peppers, salt, pepper, chili powder, and cilantro in a bowl.

4. Remove the corn kernels from the cob – using a sharp knife, hold the corn so that it is standing, and cut downwards. Don’t worry about all the kernels separating from each other, that’s part of the fun of homemade corn salad!

5. Add the corn to the bowl, and mix well. Add salt and pepper to taste. If you like cilantro as much as I do, add more!

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The kosher foodies are twin sisters Stephanie and Jessica. They love baking, cooking, and experimenting in their kosher kitchen. Jessica, a grad student and new mom, wants her 10-month old son to make her breakfast in bed for mother's day. Find out more at TheKosherFoodies

 

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2 Responses to Roasted Corn Salad

  1. I love corn salad. Especially with roasted corn. Smokey taste and it’s so colorful. Nice!

  2. looks great; I usually just use raw fresh sweet corn, but I love the idea of roasting it first.

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