Corn on the Cob Salad

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Corn on the Cob Salad

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
3 Boneless chicken breasts
3 tbsp Szeged Chicken Rub
1 tbsp Fresh Jalepeno chopped
3 Fresh Corn on the Cob
3 Avocado
1 cup Baby tomatoes havled
1 large Orange Pepper chopped
1 tsp Salt
Dressing (see recipe below)
Features:
  • Gluten free
  • Salad
Cuisine:

Goes great with my Creamy Lemon and Lime Vinaigrette!

  • 30 minutes
  • Serves 5
  • Medium

Ingredients

  • Dressing (see recipe below)

Directions

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This Corn on the Cob salad is full of flavor and very healthy dinner option.  It’s made with fresh sweet corn on the cob, Szeged seasoned chicken breasts, avocados, baby tomatoes, orange peppers and some chives. Then it is topped with my homemade “Creamy Lemon Lime Vinaigrette” which makes for a very tasty carb and gluten free meal. 

Corn on the Cob Salad

The sweet corn and orange pepper give this salad a hint of sweetness! 

Corn on the Cob Salad

Corn on the Cob Salad

As you may know I’m obsessed with “Szeged Chicken Rub” it’s so very versatile. And I use it alot on chicken. If you have never tried it, then I really encourage to order it either from the link that I provided below with Amazon or search your local grocery for it. Trust me it’s the bomb!Corn on the Cob Salad

So here we are full swing into summer, finally. And fresh corn on the cob is now available at most grocery stores and outdoor markets!

Corn on the Cob Salad

Sweet corn on the cob is one of my most favorite summer time vegetables. And I just picked up a bunch recently from my local farmers market along with a orange pepper that I used in this recipe. The baby tomatoes, cilantro and chives came straight from my little garden. 

Corn on the Cob Salad

Your going to want a light Vinaigrette to accompany this salad, so i’m sharing that recipe with you too. It is not only perfect for this particular salad it also can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 weeks and used on plenty of other salads.Creamy Lemon and Lime Vinaigrette

The Creamy Lemon and Lime Vinaigrette gives this salad  extra depth of flavor that your sure to love. It’s best to eat this dish right away, fresh is always best. However you can store it in the fridge in a sealable container/meal prep type bowl for a couple days ahead if desired.

Just be sure to only pour the vingarette overtop once your ready to eat it, otherwise you bare the chance of having mushy avocados.   

Corn on the Cob Salad

 

Here is my recipe for: Creamy Lemon and Lime Vinaigrette

Creamy Lemon and Lime Vinaigrette

If wanting  your to feed more people than what this recipe does. Then I recommend doubling this recipe up with my easy to use recipe adjuster above and then you can serve a larger group. 

Corn on the Cob Salad

 

Meal Prep Inspiration: Store in sealable containers for up to 3 days in the fridge, just make sure you are using firm avocados and not putting the dressing on top till your ready to eat.

Corn on the Cob Salad Meal Prep Bowls

What are some of your favorite summer time salads? 

 


 

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Steps

1
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To make the Corn on the Cob Salad:

Start by peeling the corn on the cob to remove the husks and discard. In a large pot of boiling water add the peeled cobs and cook them till tender about 10 minutes. Remove from the heat and in a large strainer, rinse under cold water and set aside.

2
Done

Now rinse and clean the chicken breasts and on a large cutting board season generously with "Szeged Chicken Rub" then place them into a non stick skillet "use some olive oil if necessary" and cook till browned on all sides and no longer pink. Remove from the heat and set aside on a cutting board to shred once it cools down.

3
Done

Now on another cutting board, slice the baby tomatoes in half, then dice the orange pepper, chop the avocados and jalapeno peppers. "I like to use Jalapeno peppers from a jar" this way removing the seeds is easiest.

4
Done

Next toss those ingredients into a large salad bowl and on the same cutting board. Start to remove the corn from the cooled cobs with a large knife. Allow the pieces to fall off into larger chunks and toss that into the salad.

5
Done

Last shred the cooked chicken with either your hands or two forks, toss into the salad bowl.

6
Done

Season with salt and mix everything together lightly to combine. Be careful not to over mix you do not want little corn pieces you want the larger chunks for this.

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Done

Serve as is or alongside your favorite Vinaigrette or salad dressing. Enjoy!

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