Memorial Day Sweet Corn Recipe Part 2! - Cold Sweet Corn Salsa

More often than not, you have way too many tortilla chips and not enough salsa. It's been a part of mankind's struggle for as long as we can remember. And of course, what better way to solve a problem, than with Sweet Thankfully, this recipe is simple enough to be done on the fly, when the first barren chip-scraping noises and disappointed groans begin.


Ingredients:

  1. 3 Cups of Cut Sweet Corn
  2. 1/2 Cup of Red Onion
  3. 1/2 Cup of Red Bell Pepper
  4. 1/4 Cup of Fresh Cut Cilantro
  5. 1/4 Cup of Vinegar
  6. Juice of 1/2 of a Lime
  7. Salt and Pepper to Taste

These tender sweet corn kernels slice off the cob quite nicely for this recipe. 


Step 1: Using a sharp knife, cut the kernels off the sweet corn. Try to cut as close to the center of the cob without cutting into it. 3 ears of sweet corn should be plenty. Place in a medium/large bowl.  

Step 2: Dice the onion and peppers, and cut the cilantro. Add to the bowl with the Sweet Corn. 

Step 3: While stirring, add the 1/4 cup of vinegar. Mix in thoroughly and don't forget to roll contents from the bottom of the bowl. 

Step 4: Before cutting the lime in half, roll the lime between the palm of your hand and the counter top. Apply some pressure as you roll to help release juices. Cut in half and squeeze one half into the bowl, mixing thoroughly. 

Step 5: Enjoy! 


 This sweet corn treat is best served with crackers or tortilla chips. 

This sweet corn treat is best served with crackers or tortilla chips. 


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Memorial Day Recipe!

Memorial Day is fast approaching. As we get our grocery lists together for the day barbecuing and cooking you may be wondering, "How can I squeeze another south florida sweet corn dish in here?" Well we're here to tell you: There's more than one way to cook an ear (or two) of SM Jones' South Florida Sweet Corn!

Not that there is anything wrong with cooking sweet corn on the cob on the grill or boiled in a pot, but variety is the spice of life. And what better way to spice up your Memorial Day Barbecue than by making a Sweet Corn Dip! Here's a delicious, fresh tasting recipe thats easy to make from the Pioneer Woman.

Check out the Hot Sweet Corn Dip Here


 Some of our Bicolor Sweet Corn from  Alger Farms  on a crate

Some of our Bicolor Sweet Corn from Alger Farms on a crate