This Corn Puree with Gruyere and Basil is a side dish you should be bringing to every barbecue this coming summer.
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.
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.
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.
Wrapped in a whole wheat crust, potato empanadas with corn and goat cheese are a delicious Peruvian-inspired bite. Serve with avocado chimichurri.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.