Posted: September 5, 2014 in cheese, corn, fleur de sel, Food, garden, Uncategorized
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Corn and tomatoes…when they’re in season, you just can’t beat the combination! This is a very simple salsa that takes advantage of their natural sweetness and is easy to make.





1 lb frozen organic corn or equivalent fresh

2 ripe tomatoes, seeded and chopped

1/4 small red onion, finely chopped

6 oz mild crumbled cheese, like feta, cotija, or queso fresco

1 teaspoon Fleur de Sel

A pinch of black pepper

2 teaspoons white vinegar

2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil


If using fresh corn, remove it from the ears, then pan saute  in a little olive oil, but leave it nice and crisp. If you can roast the ears of corn over some coals, even better. Let it cool.

Mix corn with all the other ingredients in a bowl. Cover and refrigerate.

  1. dimshum says:

    yum!! sweet corn is the best.


    • Alz355 says:

      Gotta have it while it’s in season, because the supermarket stuff is terrible. Although when I have a severe need for corn in the winter, I do go for the organic frozen packs. Thanks for reading!


  2. Natasha says:

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    I mean, what you say is fundamental and everything. But think of if you added
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    • Alz355 says:

      Thanks for the comments. I tend not to show too much detail with extra photos, etc because it seems to me that most people don’t need to see a picture of me stirring ingredients…I think they know how to do that! My recipes don’t tend to be too complicated.
      But I agree, an occasional video would be a good idea. Wanna be my camera person? 🙂


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