Dilled, Crunchy Sweet-Corn Salad with Buttermilk Dressing

By • June 28, 2011 • 152 Comments



Author Notes: Whenever I cook corn for my family, I cut off the tips, the better to fit the ears into my soup kettle. I always find myself nibbling the sweet kernels from those tips and wondering how else these little nubbins could be used. So when Amanda and Merrill announced the competition for best uncooked dish, I decided to try for a crunchy, chunky salad starring uncooked corn that would be colorful and satisfying. Here is the result. You could replace the shallots with some minced chives or scallions. This salad could replace cole slaw or potato salad as a side dish for a hefty sandwich. - creamteacreamtea

Food52 Review: Creamtea's thoughtfully composed corn salad has none of the rough edges a raw salad often brings. The dressing, tangy with buttermilk and yogurt, envelops the crunchy corn, peppers and cucumbers in a silky cloak. We love the hit of herbs (dill and parsley) and the zip of onion and garlic in the dressing; the creamy crumbles of salty feta are a perfect counterpoint to the sweet corn and peppers. - A&MA&M

Serves 6 as a side dish

For the salad:

  • 1 clove shallot, halved lengthwise and thinly sliced
  • 3 ears of fresh, uncooked corn, the kernels scraped from the cobs with a sharp knife (about 2 3/4 cup)
  • 4 Persian cucumbers, quartered lengthwise and sliced crosswise into 1/2 inch dice
  • 1 long red sweet pepper, seeded, ribs removed and diced
  • 1 small handfull fresh dill (about 4 smallish sprigs), minced
  • 1/4 cup minced fresh parsley
  • crumbled Feta cheese, rinsed, as a garnish

For the dressing:

  • 1/4 cup buttermilk
  • 2/3 cups plain European style thin yogurt, stirred
  • 1 tablespoon white-wine vinegar
  • 3 tablespoons minced Vidalia or other sweet onion
  • 1 small clove garlic, minced and mashed with a pinch of salt
  • 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
  • salt and freshly ground pepper to taste.
  1. Salt the shallot slices in 1/2 t. salt and allow to sit about 20 minutes to draw out any harshness. Rinse well with water and pat dry with a paper towel. In a large bowl toss the corn kernels lightly to separate them, add the shallot and the remaining salad ingredients and toss again to combine.
  2. In a smaller bowl combine the buttermilk, vinegar, onion, yogurt, and garlic and whisk to combine. Add the oil in a slow stream, whisking, until amalgamated. Season with freshly ground pepper and salt to taste.
  3. Serve the salad slightly chilled, garnished with the feta cheese. Pass the dressing separately.
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Tags: corn, Crunchy, sweet and salty. Summery

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about 1 month ago Scott Basye

I parboiled the corn for about 90 Seconds and shocked it in an ice bath. It was a great dish!

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17 days ago creamtea

Thanks for the feedback, Scott. This sounds like a good middle ground between raw and cooked.

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about 1 month ago BoulderGalinTokyo

Delicious, beautiful salad! I made it last night, actually I forgot the feta, but it made an outstanding side dish.

From the comments I can tell you really believe in "raw" flavor but when I tasted my fresh corn on the cob, it was "starchy" tasting, not really sweet. So I cheated and microwaved it (half the usual time), then cooled it. Much better tasting. Maybe it has to do with the type of corn?

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about 1 month ago Pat Hampton

In college we rented a house that sat in the middle of a corn field in New Jersey. Discovered the fresher the corn, the sweeter it was. We would pick,husk, and eat raw on the cob!

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17 days ago creamtea

It may depend on the type of corn available, BoulderGalinTokyo: I think here the supersweet varieties have taken over from older types. So microwaving or parboiling sound like good solutions.

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4 months ago Natasha Davenport

This is a great recipe!! I made this tonight with dinner and it was soooo super good. The only addition I made was an avocado, but really it's fine without it. It was super easy to follow and very tasty.

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4 months ago creamtea

Thank you for trying my recipe, Natasha! I'm so happy you enjoyed it.

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4 months ago sevey

Very delicious! I actually served this with the dressing mixed in already - mostly because of where I was taking it. Was fine!

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4 months ago creamtea

I'm glad you liked it!

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10 months ago Nutbutter

My favorite go-to summer salad! You hear this all the time -- but truly -- it's so bright and fresh tasting. Also works great as a main with some chopped grilled chicken or shrimp.

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8 months ago creamtea

Thank you, Nutbutter! Great idea to turn it into a main with the addition of a protein.

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12 months ago DECarro44

I made this to bring to a BBQ this summer with the dressing on the side and it was a hit. Actually, most people ate it without the dressing. I'm now a raw corn convert!

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12 months ago creamtea

Raw corn: good stuff, am I right?

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about 1 year ago Judy Schimmelpfennig

sounds great, but could canned corn and buttermilk dressing from grocery be used?

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12 months ago creamtea

I believe it is well worth the effort to try the recipe as given. Canned corn and bottled dressing won't taste the same at all. Canned corn is actually cooked and lacks the crispness of the fresh, and bottled dressing has all kinds of additives. You could break down the steps to suit your schedule: strip the corn kernels and dice the cucumbers in advance and place them separately in ziplock bags the day before if necessary. Mix the dressing the day before. Then assemble when ready. Or just try the dressing as written for other salads. It's really, really good, if I do say so myself!

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12 months ago TishAnn

If you don't have time for everything, leave the dressing and only make the salad. While the dressing is good (especially on cabbage salad), the salad really doesn't need it, especially if the salad sits for a hour or so. It almost makes it own dressing. Every time I make the salad people are surprised when I offer the dressing with it.

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about 1 year ago Hark

This salad was a really great summer salad, and I was easily able to incorporate a lot of things we had grown in our own garden. It ended up being a little watery after it sat in the fridge; did anyone else experience that? I wonder what made the veggies sweat.

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12 months ago creamtea

To make ahead, it's probably better to mix the vegetables in one container and the dressing separately, and combine at the last minute along with the feta.

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12 months ago TishAnn

cucumbers (and tomatoes, which I add to my salad) release their liquid as they sit.

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about 1 year ago ds14248

Any thoughts on a substitute for the cucumber? I have many of these ingredients in my CSA basket and would like to make this for family when they come in, but there is someone who cannot eat cucumber. Suggestions are welcome!

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about 1 year ago Sarahlmorford

I might suggest you try something like jicama? You need the crunch. You could also try raw zucchini - it might work!

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about 1 year ago creamtea

You could just add a little extra red pepper, or maybe some celery, or as Sarah said, cubes of jicama, or hold out the cucumber for people to add individually... Thanks for trying it!

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12 months ago TishAnn

I've added baby heirloom tomatoes and a few kalamata olives to the mix. Turned out great. This is a very versatile salad. It can take a lot of tweaking with no problem.

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about 1 year ago Sarahlmorford

Has anyone made this dressing a few days in advance? We are heading to the beach this weekend and I would love to make the dressing in advance if I can!

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over 1 year ago Becca Ann Entenberg

This was easily the BEST thing I've eaten all year. I finished half the recipe (oops) for dinner just now and the whole time was mentally adding the ingredients to my grocery list so I can make it again as soon as possible.

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almost 2 years ago Sarahlmorford

I made this a few weeks ago with the last summer corn. It is SO good I could eat it daily. The balance between the corn, the feta and the tangy dressing is so wonderful. This is a keeper and I will make it again and again.

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almost 2 years ago creamtea

I'm so glad you tried my recipe!

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about 2 years ago Beth Lass

I have just joined food52 and this was the first recipe I made- what an amazing salad! I made it as a side dish and had to restrain myself from having thirds as I wanted to have some leftovers for lunch! Thanks so much creamtea!

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about 2 years ago creamtea

So glad you tried it and liked it Beth!

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about 2 years ago meganvt01

Truly a spectacular recipe - as I said to my husband "this dish represents all that is good about summer." thanks creamtea for a "forever" staple in our house.

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about 2 years ago creamtea

Awwww. Thanks so much megan!

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about 2 years ago tota

I just made this again, having loved it the first time, but found the parsley overwhelming..am thinking it might be good with cilantro and cherry tomatoes instead of red pepper, anyone tried this combo yet?

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about 2 years ago creamtea

Worth a try.... :)

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about 2 years ago experiment

What a fabulous salad. It is like biting into a mouthful of summer and so refreshing! I couldn't get enough. It has become one of me new favorite summer salads. Thanks for sharing!




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about 2 years ago Jenniferruth


Great salad!I used celery leaves instead of parsley because that is what I had. Very yummy and fresh!

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about 2 years ago creamtea

Jenniferruth, I like your take on it. Celery leaves sound like a delicious alternative.

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about 2 years ago Jenniferruth


Great salad!I used celery leaves instead of parsley because that is what I had. Very yummy and fresh!

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about 2 years ago EmilyC

Made this tonight for the first time -- what a lovely summery salad! Loved the dressing...I'll be making it for other salads as well.

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about 2 years ago creamtea

Thank you for trying it EmilyC, so glad you liked it.

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about 2 years ago Parrotmom

Delicious! Served with grilled salmon and it was a perfect combination.

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about 2 years ago Parrotmom

Delicious! Served with grilled salmon and it was a perfect combination.

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about 2 years ago creamtea

Thank you so much. About to serve it w/baked salmon for dinner tonight.

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about 2 years ago Mianna

Congrats and thanks for a new recipe for my 4th potluck!! Good summer staple, adding fresh market tomatoes mmmmm.

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about 2 years ago creamtea

Thanks Mianna! Enjoy it. I truly hope you like it!

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about 2 years ago MarieWestmoreland

I haven't yet tasted the salad but this dressing is awesome!!

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about 2 years ago creamtea

thank you!

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almost 3 years ago Sylvia9000

This was mad tasty. Loved every kernel of it. The dressing was great too and gave a nice kick. Any suggestions for other uses for the dressing? I have quite a bit left over and no more corn...

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almost 3 years ago creamtea

I would just put it on chopped salad (tomatoes, cukes, red peppers, and anything else crispy). I might add a little thinly-sliced Romaine or torn butter lettuce. Or a wedge of cool iceberg. Well, come to think of it, it would go over almost any salad (tho' mesclun, arugula, spinach or other bitter greens, not so much...)

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about 2 years ago Chef Joyé LaBarge Bryan

Sylvia9000 & creamtea -

This dressing makes a wonderful marinade for chicken, pork, AND fish! It is also great to use as a basting sauce either in the oven or on the BBQ grill. You can also use it for mashed or creamed potatoes or to glaze parsnips, leeks, and baby carrots. My professional congratulations to creamtea for an excellent winner.

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about 3 years ago adorrain

This is absolutely wonderful! I served as a side at my BBQ. Every little bit was gobbled up and many wanted the recipe. Thank you for a great recipe, the perfect thing to make in August. I'll be making this one again and again.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Nice, adorrain! glad you and your friends enjoyed it.

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about 3 years ago Hilarybee

This is my go to summer salad this year. I love it!! I just don't put in the feta cheese, but otherwise it is so delicious and my family gobbles it up.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

hilarybee, so glad you tried it and enjoyed it.

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about 3 years ago Pain444

Very good.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks!

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about 3 years ago bluejeangourmet

this was perfect last night with pulled pork and ribs! I added some of our backyard tomatoes to the salad, and it was fantastic.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

I threw in some good tomatoes a few weeks ago too, and liked it that way too. My balcony tomatoes are still pretty green, though, so it was market tomatoes for me.

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about 3 years ago Angel

Excellent recipe. I added a dash of smoked paprika for a little "familiar" flavor for the group I am serving it to, tomorrow at a picnic. Thanks so much!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Yum, love smoked paprika! How was it with that addition? Will have to try it myself!

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about 3 years ago Midge

Made this for tonight and loved it. This, vinho verde, and ice cream are the perfect dinner when it's 102.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks for trying my recipe, Midge. Glad you liked it!

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about 3 years ago toekneeray

I made this wonderful salad yesterday. With temps in the 100s, it was the perfect thing to make. I ran out of feta so I garnished it with a little shredded cheddar and that worked nicely too. This will become a staple of mine--thanks for sharing!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

I'm so glad you tried it, toekneebroh. We had it a few times too when I couldn't bring myself to crank up the oven.

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about 3 years ago gingerroot

I made this over the weekend and it is such a lovely salad! With the sweet corn and crisp cucumbers It really tastes like the bounty of summer. Only change is I added half of a beautiful local avocado that someone gave me. Next time I may add some sweet heirlooms. I will definitely be making this again. Thank you for a wonderful recipe, creamtea!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you for the compliment gingerroot! So glad you liked it. It's a pretty flexible recipe, so I'm sure the avocado was a good addition, as tomatoes would surely be.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Actually, I had the leftovers for brekkie today with a bit of tomato chopped in. It was really good this way, too. Sort of rounded things out.

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about 3 years ago Sagegreen

Company also loved this. And I really loved how easy it was to make ahead of time. Really great. It develops in the fridge really nicely before serving, too.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

So glad you and your company liked this! It does last, even if you put on the dressing in advance, it's still pretty crispy.

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about 3 years ago Sagegreen

I used a thick mideastern yogurt which worked very well. And I served the dressing on the side. The salad is pretty darn good without any dressing, too!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Glad to hear the thick yogurt worked well. I've got Greek yogurt on hand, so tonight I'm making it with that.

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about 3 years ago tota

I took this along to a pot luck BBQ knowing no one else would bring anything at all like it, and what a hit! It was pretty to look at and was so good my husband wants it again this week at home. Thanks! Not sure what the difference is between plain organic yogurt and euro-style? I use Stonyfield mostly, but is Yoplait or Greek-style better? it seemed fine so maybe not a big deal.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

A few people have asked me. I had Trader Joe's European Style at the time I formulated this, and that's what I used. It's a "thin" type yogurt. I think Stonyfield would be fine, or any other good-quality yogurt. I buy Stonyfield pretty often myself. I haven't tried the thicker Greek-style in this recipe yet.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Forgot to add, I'm really pleased your husband and the BBQ guests liked it!

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about 3 years ago Jo T

This looks wonderful , and whats really great is the fact I happen to have all the ingredients on hand..This will be part of this evenings menu with BBQ pulled pork on Chiabatta ....Thanks so very much

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about 3 years ago creamtea

I do hope you like it.

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about 3 years ago cturnip

Made this for lunch today, and it was great! I actually thought I hated dill, but I gave it another shot and just didn't use as much, and you have now made me like Dill :)

Can't wait to eat it again! Congratulations!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

So glad you liked it cturnip. Yes, if you use too much dill in a dish, it starts to taste medicinal.
I'm glad I got you to like dill!

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about 3 years ago Maria Teresa Jorge

Congratulations! I love the dressing, very German like.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

I'm always trying to recreate a cucumber salad I had in Stuttgart. Salt+garlic+dill do the trick.

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about 3 years ago cakillgore

I love this salad and made for our dinner tonight. One thing on the dressing, I'm going to try sour cream instead of the yogurt as I like a more butter milky flavor than the lighter flavor given with the yogurt...just personal perference....the dill stole the show with in my opinion...I am keeping this and going to make more frequently.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks cakillgore! You could go with sour cream, my whole family loves it except for me, hence the yogurt option.

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about 3 years ago sexyLAMBCHOPx

awesome win! congrats to you!

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about 3 years ago lapadia

Congratulations, creamtea, what a great addition your recipe will be to Food52’s Book2…and it will be at the top of my “to make” list as soon as our garden corn and cucumbers are ready!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks, lapadia! I hope you like it. Homegrown corn and cukes!

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about 3 years ago sdebrango

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Congratulations creamtea, your salad is great, made it for dinner and I really love it!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you sdebrango. I'm so glad you tried it & like it!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks, Amanda and Merrill. Had just treated myself to a Shun knife after seeing yours cutting corn (it is a Shun, yes?) and gotten home to see this. Thanks for testing my recipe (and for a fun challenge!).

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about 3 years ago Sagegreen

Congrats on your win! I made your dressing the other day and loved it with another salad, but just got around to trying it with on your salad. Loved it!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks Sagegreen. I agree it's a good all-around dressing for a variety of salads. Or a dip for veggies. So glad you liked it.

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about 3 years ago MeghanVK

I made this last week and it was great! I actually made it twice - once with raw corn and once with cooked, and slightly preferred the cooked version - but both had great flavor and texture. Thanks for sharing.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks MeghanVK. I have made versions with cooked corn and tomatoes but probably not with the same dressing ingreds., just whatever I had in the fridge.

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about 3 years ago Leaf & Grain

Congrats on your win! I've been thinking about this recipe all week and hoped (suspected, even) you'd win. :) I'll be hitting the farmers' market this weekend to pick up some fresh corn - this is on the menu for Saturday! Thanks for sharing.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Hi Leaf & Grain. Fresh farmer's market produce--yum!

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about 3 years ago EmilyC

Congrats on your win -- what a lovely, summertime salad.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Many thanks, EmilyC.

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about 3 years ago Bevi

Nice win! I am making it soon.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you Bevi. Hope you make it and like it!

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about 3 years ago fiveandspice

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Congratulations! This is an absolutely wonderful summer recipe. Definitely a keeper.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you, fiveand spice!

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about 3 years ago inpatskitchen

Congratulations on your win...beautiful salad!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you so much.

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about 3 years ago TheWimpyVegetarian

Congrats!! I made this last night and we just loved it! Can't wait to have more for lunch today!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

thanks! Coincidentally, I made it last night too! Too hot to cook. glad you liked it!

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about 3 years ago Leebot

Tried this last night -- hubby and I agree it's a keeper!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

I am so glad you & your husband liked it! Keeps the kitchen cool on hot days.

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about 3 years ago YumMom

Made this last night and WOW, is it delicious! This will definitely be one for the summer rotation! I used regular plain non-fat yogurt instead of Greek yogurt, I used red wine vinegar instead of white, and I used regular cucumbers. No need to get those special ingredients. Use what you have and enjoy!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks, YumMom. I'm so glad you liked it. Glad it worked with simple ingredients; I agree there's no need to make a special shopping trip.

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about 3 years ago yosef

This is one great salad for the summer. Simple, yet satisfying. Light, but nourishing and refreshing.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you, yosef. I hope you can give it a try.

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about 3 years ago Sagegreen

This sounds wonderful! Looking forward to trying it.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you, Sagegreen. I am an admirer of your recipes. I hope you give it a try.

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about 3 years ago lapadia

Nice job, congratulations!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you very much.

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about 3 years ago lorigoldsby

Congrats! Nice flavor profile!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Many thanks!

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about 3 years ago singing_baker

This looks refreshing! I love raw corn too. It's amazing how many people think you can't eat raw corn.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you, singing_baker. Glad to know you share my love for this veggie in its natural state. It doesn't always have to be cooked and slathered in butter (although I have nothing against butter-slathering!).

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about 3 years ago fiveandspice

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This looks completely gorgeous and so delicious! Can't wait to try it.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks so much! Your Vaffler recipe looks so delicious. We'll be trying it one of these Sundays for breakfast.

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about 3 years ago sloppyjoe1

Wow, Creamtea! What an amazing recipe! Can't wait to try it! Good luck!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

thank you, sloppyjoe1! I hope you do give it a try.

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about 3 years ago Crash

All over this for tonight's dinner. Will let you know how it goes! Thanks, and congrats on being a finalist!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you so much. Please let me know how it goes. Hope you enjoy it.

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about 3 years ago Summer of Eggplant

Lovely, can't wait for someone to invite me to a cookout so I can give this a whirl.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

thanks, Summer of Eggplant. Hope you get an invite soon!

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about 3 years ago gingerroot

Congrats on being a finalist. What a lovely summer salad!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you, gingerroot. Your raspberry-riesling sorbet looks so tempting right now.

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about 3 years ago mrslarkin

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congrats creamtea! This sounds yummy.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks, mrslarkin. congrats to you!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

thanks, mrslarkin. And congrats to you, too!

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about 3 years ago hardlikearmour

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Congrats! This sounds like a perfect summer salad.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

thanks, hardlikearmour.

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about 3 years ago MyCommunalTable

Congrats. I love feta and veggies.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Me, too. Enjoy!

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about 3 years ago Bevi

Congrats - this looks really refreshing.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks, Bevi.

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about 3 years ago nannydeb

Congrats on being a finalist! Sounds good!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you very much, nannydeb.

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about 3 years ago sexyLAMBCHOPx

Looks summer delicious, congrats!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you, sexyLAMBCHOPx.

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about 3 years ago ENunn

I am all over this. Way to go.

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you very much!

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about 3 years ago Midge

What a lovely salad. Congrats creamtea!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

thanks, Midge.

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about 3 years ago sdebrango

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Congratulations on being a finalist your salad is wonderful!!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Why, thank you sdebrango. Your recent raspberry-pistachio ice cream and that blood plum sorbet are on my to do list; they look so tempting.

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about 3 years ago sdebrango

Suzanne is a trusted source on General Cooking.

I am making your salad tomorrow for dinner, I can't wait. No buttermilk or would have done tonight, I love everything about it.

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about 3 years ago April Brown

looks amazing..!! I am going to try this on the weekend.. thanks so much!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thanks very much. I hope you like it.

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about 3 years ago Adam E

This looks so wonderful--I'm going to have to try it at the beach this weekend. Congratulations on being a finalist!

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about 3 years ago creamtea

Thank you! Hope you have fun at the beach. Wish I were there....