Fresh Summer Corn Salad
I am committed to bringing my community (YOU) FRESH classic recipes with an Ayurvedic twist to help heighten your dosha's (energy in body). While my recipes are simple, I use a NO measurement system which allows stress free cooking while enabling you to use your common sense and intuition. My hope is that you not only find this recipe simple and tasty, but fun and relaxing to prepare as well.
Fresh Summer Corn Salad:
Total time: 45min or less.
Ingredients/what you need:
-Fresh White Sweet Corn on cob (I used 5 ears, varies depending on how much you need to prepare)
-Cherry Heirloom Tomatoes
-Pink Himalayan salt
First, Warm a skillet up with enough oil to grill your onions and garlic. You will want to chop your onions and mince your garlic, while leaving 4 whole garlic cloves for this process. Season your onions and garlic with cinnamon-just using a sprinkle. Over medium to low heat begin to sauté your onions and garlic until you get a nice golden amber brown and remove from heat and set aside. Next, bring a large pot to boil for your corn (only boil for 5min or less), remove corn from hot water. Next comes, the chopping stage! Chop your heart away honey! Chop your tomatoes, cucumber,radishes, and basil into nickel or quarter size pieces (bigger than the corn cornel but not overwhelmingly big) place all chopped veggies into a LARGE bowl and mix in your grilled garlic and onions. Now for the mess, this is my favorite part! Use a knife and place corn into your bowl and use your knife to gently remove the cornels from the corn into the bowl. Lastly, once all ears have been skinned it is time to make your dressing! Literally using site only pour a drizzle of olive or avocado oil on top of your salad, then add a drop or two of soy sauce, squeeze a fresh lemon into the mix, a pinch or twist of pink Himalayan salt gently mix all together until you're satisfied with look and taste.
-Add the avocado as garnish to enjoy on the side. (Do NOT mix into the salad)
*NOTE* All of my ingredients are organic farm fresh and purchased from my local