Corn Salad

Leftovers are the bane of home cooks everywhere. In a sense they imply that you failed in some way. You either cooked too much or folks didn’t like what you made.

This is not always the case. Perhaps a dinner guest failed to show. Perhaps a recipe made more than you thought it would. Perhaps your dinner just rocked the house and everyone stuffed as much in as he could but there is still some left?

Well, at our house, these are the “good leftovers” that we fight over.

But, what about leftovers that were good, but maybe not great enough to fight over?

Give them new life.

One night we cooks were a little overzealous as to how much corn on the cob our little folks would eat. Lots leftover. No worries. Make corn salad.


What do you do with leftovers at your house?

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  1. I love simple delicious salads like this! Thanks!

  2. OH.. this looks great. What an excellent use of “end of harvest” veggies too. Thanks for sharing :)

  3. Yum. Add a few black beans and you have a great lunch!

  4. I make a salad just like this. I just add a can of rinsed black beans and some minced garlic to the dressing. So Yummy! In fact we just had it last night :-) My friends now make it all the time too now and some serve it as a “salsa” with chips.

  5. leftover corn also makes a great addition to rice and black bean salad.

  6. AllieZirkle says:

    I’ve never seen a salad with corn as the star. sounds tasty!

  7. I make a recipe similar to this, but not as healthy. I used 2 cans of corn and add a cup of shredded cheese plus chopped green pepper. Instead of the dressing you list, I use 1/2 c of ranch dressing and 1/2 c of spicy ranch dressing. It’s SO yummy by itself, as taco filling or chip dip. Mmmmm!

  8. can this be raw corn or is it leftover cooked corn? i know some recipes called for frozen corn w/o cooking

  9. nom nom nom…delicious.

  10. I’ll have to remember this in the fall. Our community garden has planted a large plot of field corn–which has to be used/prepared as soon as it is ready as it gets starchy fast. This recipe might come in handy!

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