4 Reviews

Wonderful!!!! I love the fresh vegetables of summer and what a great easy dressing. I paired this with a creamy fruit salad, baked German Potato Salad, and grilled shrimp. One part that is missing from the recipe, you have to cut the corn from the cob. UPDATE: Tried it again with frozen corn and it is OK, but you really want to use fresh when you can.

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Lauren4372 July 18, 2008

Very nice, Toni...liked the flavors blended with the dressing. I used white onion, since I was using red in the entree...Nice side!! Made for ZWT3.

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Caroline Cooks June 09, 2007

Oh this was such a delightful combination. I loved the crispness of the fresh veggies with a hit of tangy dressing which didn't cover up the freshness of the veggies. I used some frozen corn on the cob that I put up last summer, but it was just as good as fresh so I don't think it compromised the recipe at all. This is truly a nice and light salad that we enjoyed. I made half of the salad for the two of us. And, for personal preference only, I added a little extra salt to mine but didn't change anything else. Thanks toni.

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~Nimz~ January 27, 2007

I think you're right. The fresh vegetables would probably be best. I made this with frozen and let it marinate for 1 1/2 hours and it still tasted like it needed something. I'll have to save this and try it come summer.

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WI Cheesehead January 05, 2007
Fresh Corn and Green Bean Salad