Perfectly seared scallops served with corn and tomatoes in the height of their season. Can’t do much better than that. You really can’t.
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Did you freeze some of summer’s corn for later? How about using it to make a fun panna cotta dessert? Corn can be the star of desserts too. Creamy, sweet corn panna cotta and crumbly, cornmeal and nut cake, sbrisolona, make an unlikely but delicious pair.
The perfect side to your next batch of tacos, this summer corn and avocado salad is bursting with color, fresh flavors and spice.
Instead of pancakes, make a batch of these savory bacon and corn fritters topped with a cool and sweet apricot yogurt sauce.
For a unique spring brunch, make these savory basil cornmeal pancakes with wild blueberry preserves. They’re gluten-free and perfect for Mother’s Day.
If you have leftover lobster, this is the perfect recipe to feature the seafood. Fried with juicy sweet corn and served with a lemon and tarragon aioli, it’s hard to resist eating all of these lobster fritters.
Corn replaces rice in this take on Mexican horchata. Drink as is, or add a splash of bourbon!
Let summer grilling do the delicious talking with savory spice rubbed beef skewers served with a charred lime and corn salsa.
This is the dish to take to the next backyard party. Made with sweet summer corn, spinach, provolone and spices, it’s the perfect way to honor the golden ear of the season.
This easy grilled corn and shrimp salad is everything you want in a summer meal. Shrimp, corn, and poblano peppers are grilled to perfection and served atop Boston lettuce mixed with tomatoes, avocado, and lime.
Sweet, salty, and so deliciously complex tasting, this caramel corn is made with nutty sesame oil and nori flakes.
Filled with cajun spices, crab, bacon, corn, and cheese, these mashed potato croquettes are something special, especially when served with a lemon sauce.
Wrapped in a whole wheat crust, potato empanadas with corn and goat cheese are a delicious Peruvian-inspired bite. Serve with avocado chimichurri.
The thin, crispy, chewy Momofuku Milk Bar cornflake cookie is here. Try for yourself to see if it is as buttery and delicious as the original. We think so.
With sweet elements like caramel popcorn and salty crackers and cheese, check out this beautiful cheeseboard that is sure to be an award season winner.
No need to search out a carnival, learn how to make a corn dog at home. Plus, two more versions made with bratwurst or for breakfast.
Skip the usual corn muffins at your holiday dinner and make these savory breads studded with sweet blueberries, goat cheese, and salty bacon.
Creamy, sweet, savory, with the perfect tender crumb. Cornbread is truly an art that is worth mastering. Check out these tips and have it down to dunk in your chili all autumn long.
Crunchy crostini feature the last of golden, sweet summer corn with creamy avocados, queso fresco, cilantro and chili. A perfect creamy and spicy duo to be paired with versatile Garnacha wine.
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For your next summer gathering think corn on the cob with lime and parmesan for a simple side with great flavor.
This dairy free treat is a perfectly creamy representation of summer corn sweetened with maple syrup.
Creamy, chilled soup comes with a vibrant color and a tangy flavor from lime juice and pickled radishes and jalapeños.
Summer takes on a whole new flavor when classic grilled corn is served with a yogurt and creamy blue cheese sauce with fresh basil.
Summer has its own category of comfort food and one that fits the bill is this spicy jalapeño and sweet corn chowder paired with sharp white cheddar. A delicious bowl of spicy, sweet, and creamy.
Served with a zing of pineapple sauce, these Thai-style corn fritters are crunchy on the outside with a touch of spice inside.
Perfect as hors d’oeuvres , the sweetness of corn with creamy cheese, dill, and dollop of tangy creme fraiche will have you and guests reaching for more.
Light, fluffy, and oh-so comforting, this cornbread is best served right out of the skillet with whipped honey butter and dunked into chili stews.
Pie is not just for dessert. The result is a messy and delicious creation perfect with whatever vegetable bounty you have on hand.
Sweet corn kernels are steeped in ice cream base and combined with rich mascarpone and sweet blueberry jam for a farewell to summer.
Cream chowders are delicious, but sometimes summer calls for a more refreshing option. Use cauliflower to thicken a cream-less soup and get great flavor.
These gluten and dairy-free Corn Fritters are an absolute breeze to make and oh so good to eat. Crispy and flavorful, perfect for summer.
There it is, the best of summer’s corn in a dessert bowl. The crunch of nut brittle with a touch of heat is the perfect end to the cool bowl.
Rajma, an Indian kidney bean curry, is a hands-down favorite. Create flavorful veggie burgers with rajma and top with the produce of summer.
Also known as chaat, this spicy corn salad is a wonderful summer side. The salad is tossed with fresh mint and vinegar for a bright flavor.
This coconut cream soup is vibrant and sweet. Ginger, chilies, lemongrass and limes live up the flavorful bowl. Serve with a grilled cheese for a fun meal.
This soup is light with a balance of sweet and spice. The combination of saffron and turmeric makes it exotic, without loosing the flavors of summer corn.
A summer tapa of charred corn and cheese, fried for a crispy outer layer. For a perfect match, pair with a crisp, light, and refreshing Rioja rosado.
These burgers are so full of flavor that meat will not be missed. For your next summer gathering try this non-meat option from Spork, in Los Angeles.
For a successful dinner on the patio, all you need is grilled summer vegetables, toasted bread, and tangy lemon-basil ricotta.
It’ll be knee high by July—and in our bellies soon after. Honest Cooking explores the summer’s most treasured vegetable.
The delicious golden kernals of corn are an iconic sign of summer. Restaurant owner Amado, the corn guru, as he explains the importance of the plant.
The sweet corn pops against soft centers and crisp exteriors. With a twist of Thai, coconut milk, scallions and Thai basil give the fritters a flavor boost.
Serve with tortilla chips or on lettuce. This salsa is the perfect warm weather welcome. Grab margaritas and edamame salsa and you’re ready for a party.
Just because May is National Barbeque Month it doesn’t mean that Honest Cooking has forgotten about vegetarians. Embrace the grill with Elote.
Don’t forget that your favorite warm-weather veggies can be cooked on the grill, too. Follow these simple tips for great in-husk grilled corn.
A refreshing salad with lime, cilantro, and feta cheese. For a kick of flavor, grill the corn first and then toss it with the avocados, tomatoes, and quinoa.
A representation of the Tanzanian landscape, this dish, uses sweet corn that is enveloped in a coconut velvety coconut sauce. To complement the curry, serve with rice.
Don’t let guacamole do it alone. Bring in corn crusted fried chicken and a cold beer for the ultimate snack. Unbuckle your belts and indulge.
Delicious chicken and corn enchiladas are perfect for a busy evening dinner.
Smoky bacon in this chowder keeps it from being too sweet, and the little pop of ginger brings it together.
Welcome spring with these flavorful muffins with a touch of rosemary.
Chock full of hearty ingredients, warm spices, and healthy lean ground turkey, this is one soup to keep on rotation.
This hodgepodge dinner is comforting and cravable but still nutritious with cauliflower rice replacing regular rice.
It’s officially Fall but in most places it’s still warm enough to find good corn and tomatoes at the market. This simple pasta dish lets the produce shine.
Creamy avocado and crunchy corn compliment the rich chunks of succulent seabass.
Caramel-candied bacon — need we say more? How about: Homemade ice cream?
These surprisingly light and flavorful corn fritters come together without the use of a deep fryer.
This recipe could not be easier. If you have corn, butter, chili powder and cotija cheese you can’t go wrong.