Corn, Pluot and Grape Salad, a sweet and fruity tart fresh salad to compliment the flavors of spicy baked salmon. A light and beautiful meal for the balmy summer afternoon.
Corn ears - 2
Pluot - 2 (Use plum or peach instead)
Green grapes - a handful
EV Olive oil -1 tbsp
Honey - 1 tsp
Lime juice - of 1 lime
Shallot -1 chopped finely
Freshly crushed pepper and salt to taste
Boil shucked and cleaned corn ears in water for 5-6 mts when its plump remove and allow it to cool down, once cool cut corn off the cob. Dice the pluot. Cut green grapes into two. Keep it ready and covered in the refrigerator
Crush the chopped shallot lightly with fingers add lime juice , salt ,pepper, honey and mix well. Gradually add olive oil and whisk continuously so the oil emulsifies.
When ready to serve pour the required dressing on to the corn and fruits, give it a good toss then serve the salad with a nice piece of grilled or shallow fried salmon sprinkled with spicy chutney powder and an avocado rose. (Sorry lil obsessed about it hope u wont mind:))
*Other seafood and salad lunches made this summer:
Salmon and Potato Salad with New England rolls
Shrimp and Pineapple Summer Salad
Raw Papaya and Green Mango Slaw (with a hint of dried shrimp)
Other corn dishes from Food Network friends:
Devour: Fire Up the Grill for a Mexican Grilled Corn Fiesta
Feed Me Phoebe: Sweet and Spicy Gluten-Free Corn Pasta with Ricotta and Chives
Creative Culinary: Grilled Corn Salsa with Poblano Chiles, Cilantro and Honey
TasteBook: Esquites (Mexican-Style Corn Salad)
Elephants and the Coconut Trees: Corn, Pluot and Grape Salad
Napa Farmhouse 1885: A Cornucopia of Corn Recipes For Summer
Healthy Eats: 7 Summer Salads That Put a New Spin on Corn
In Jennie's Kitchen: Easy Homemade Creamed Corn
FN Dish: If You Cook Any Corn This Summer, Make It One of These 5-Star Recipes
Prettiness, attractiveness and hungriness seeing this salad.
That's a new info.. So how does this fruit taste then? Lovely looking salad, especially that avacado rose 😀
You make me feel as if I am in a five star set up... 🙂 The salad is so beautifully done! Never heard of plout... love the way you described its name... Krimiyeyaanu orma varunnathu... 😉
Thank you Nava.
Hi Chitz longtime.
Pluot taste just like plum.
Lol this is star thattukada 🙂 Omg those names.. thank you Rafee.
beautiful salad n yummm... love the picture
Thank you Niloufer.