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Roasted Corn with Basil-Shallot Vinaigrette

June/July 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (59 votes)

A simple combination - roasted corn with a basil vinaigrette - has a fresh flavor that is pure summer.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made this with asparagus as another reviewer suggested and it was very good. I used frozen corn because that's all I had, but I'm sure it would be even better with fresh corn. "
Roasted Corn with Basil-Shallot Vinaigrette Recipe

11 Reviews for Roasted Corn with Basil-Shallot Vinaigrette

06/20/2012
Anonymous
Very Good

Super base recipe i added a pinch of sugar and some crunchy bacon for extra flavor. Will try it next with some jalapeno peppers for spice!

Very fresh tasting for summer.
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09/12/2010

I made this with asparagus as another reviewer suggested and it was very good. I used frozen corn because that's all I had, but I'm sure it would be even better with fresh corn.

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08/29/2010
Anonymous

This is delicious! I made it for my cooking club friends and we all loved it. I made it with fresh corn from the cob. I'm sure it's fine with frozen corn and I will certainly try it (I generally have good luck with frozen corn), but if it's summer and you can get your hands on fresh corn picked the same day you cook it, it is SO worth the effort. The sweet, fresh corn with the earthy basil and the tart vinaigrette.....mmm, such a great combination of flavors. YUM!! Even my 9-year-old daughter liked it!

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08/05/2010
Anonymous

This is a wonderful recipe I look forward to making every summer. If I do not have fresh basil on hand I have substituted a tad of pesto in its place and it has turned out divine. Thank you for the quick and tasty veggie ideas Eating Well!

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07/29/2010
Anonymous

This is a great recipe, use the leftovers in a garden salad served cold.

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