I found a few bags of stripped kernels in my freezer from last August.
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If you like sometihng sweet, I made this the other night and everyone loved it. http://www.freshsupersweetcorn.com/recipes/fresh-sweet-corn-dessert-pudding/ It isn't a savory corn pudding, and the macerated strawberries are a nice touch.
Merrill posted this recipe a while back, which you might like:
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I posted this recipe for Maque Choux last summer. You might like it, especially since your corn is already off the cob.
I've made this recipe and it's really good.
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Can of black beans. (well drained and rinsed). The corn..seasoned and or roasted.
That's the base: From there.
Lime, olive oil. Cumin..a must. Salt pepper. A touch of parika (optional).
Then other additions: green onions chopped, spring onions, Cilantro chopped, Parsley (for Cilantro haters).
Lime and black beans work very well corn in a chilled salad dish. Use that as a base. Then explore additions.
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So glad I'm not the only one who has freezer "discovery" moments. Corn and black bean salad - oh yes. Gorgeous colors. I'd draw the line at the limas, though. I was overfed them as a child.
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