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Corn & Basil Cakes

July/August 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (130 votes)

Try these savory corn-and-basil pancakes as a side dish with barbecued chicken or grilled steak.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made these with roasted corn (just grilled on the George Foreman and cut off the cob) and purple basil, with a little sour cream on the side. So good, and super easy. "
Corn & Basil Cakes Recipe

28 Reviews for Corn & Basil Cakes

07/30/2010
Anonymous

used really fresh corn, heaps of fresh basil, and still found these to be only "good". liked the break from the usual, but wondering if it needs a little something to really play it all up a bit.... will try again.

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07/30/2010
Anonymous

These are really yummy and very easy, as other reviewers have said. I added garlic and chives to my basil and I liked it. I could see adding chopped, carmelized onion in the future if I were having these as their own meal.

The only thing I wondered about was the amount this actually makes. My batter only made 8 cakes, and the serving size indicates it would make 10 (5 servings of 2.) No one else mentions this problem, so I don't know if it was just me or not.

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07/27/2010
Anonymous

these totally rock! simple, delish and different! I also doubled the recipe and served as a main dish, with a simple garden salad. what a great change and a light-fun summertime dinner! it made all of us very :) !

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07/26/2010

I added to the recipe half a large shallot and two shakes of red pepper flakes. It was easy to prepare and very tasty! We will be making these again!

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07/22/2010
Anonymous

An easy way to cut corn from the cob is to place the tip of the ear in the hole of a tube baking pan. All the cut off parts go into the pan and then you can scoop them out without any real mess.

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blubyu1958 wrote 16 weeks 5 days ago

thanks for the tip....so

thanks for the tip....so awesome!

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