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RECIPE: Summer Corn Salsa

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Summer Corn Salsa

RecipeHappy Canada Day weekend! I hope my friends here in Canada are having a glorious time with friends and family, or peacing out solo style for this fine first day of July.

It's the easy things that make me happy when the going gets hot, hot, hot! The clean and simple recipes that show off the absolute greatness that is eating food that has been harvested at its most ripe and often sold to me on the very same day it was plucked.

The ingredients that comprise this super simple salsa/salad will soon be up for grabs at a market near you, or maybe even already if you are chilling in the warmer States down below.

What I love about this Summer Corn Salad recipe is that with the very same ingredients, you can enjoy this cooked or raw and can be used in so many ways.

5 Ways To Enjoy This Salsa Recipe For more summer salad inspiration check out these selection of salads and if you want the work done for you, here is my Walking On Sunshine, Summer Meal Plan Package.

Corn, red pepper, parsley salsa

Summer Corn Salsa

2 cobs of organic corn (steamed, grilled or raw), cut off the cob* (about 2 cups)
1 red pepper (grilled or raw), sliced into 1/2 inch cubes
1/4 cup parsley, chopped
1/4 cup cilantro, chopped
1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
2 tbsp olive oil
sea salt, cayenne, and/or hot sauce to tast

*You can also use 2 cups of frozen organic corn kernals- allow to thaw and drain excess water
  • Place all ingredients in a bowl, toss and store in the fridge.
This salse will be better if allowed to sit for 1-2 hours before serving. But good luck with waiting!

What are your favourite summer salad or salsa recipes?