By Anna T on May 24, 2007
Photo by Lori Mama
Photo by Lori Mama
"This was a delightful salad. Tasty and crunchy. Sure to please your guests for a barbeque or anytime!"
Serving Size: 1 (167 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"I think this salad is A-Maize-Ing. My neighbors and husband loved it. I used fresh corn off the cob because it is in season. You can use the fritos to dip in the salad or out on top. Be sure to put the fritos on right before serving or they will be soggy. You could add a lot of things to this salad like bacon or black beans, but we decided not to mess with a good thing."
"This was so so good! My husband ate it for lunch and dinner three days in a row. Probably not the lightest salad around, but next time I could sub some low-fat mayo to help that. It got better and better the longer it sat in the fridge (I left the crushed fritos separate). Will make again this summer!
Update: Made with low fat sour cream instead this time, just as delicious and lots less calories and fat!"
"Made this for a pitch-in and it went over very well. Good and tasty flavor. The next time I will either add a tad more mayo or not crush the corn chips as much as it turned out a little dry. Or maybe I'll try a different brand of mayo. Either way I will be making this again."
"This was really good - took it for Easter and every bite was eaten. I used one can of corn and one can of Mexi Corn. In place of the Cheddar Cheese, I used the Four Cheese Mexi Blend. I added garlic salt and a 1/4 tsp of cayenne pepper, yummy!!!"
"Mmmm... nice and crunchy and different."
"I used fresh corn that I steamed. I omitted the onion. I used a red bell pepper. I brought it to lunch today without the chips. But I'll have to try with them tonight. It's yummy and so creamy. Thanks Anna :) Made for I Recommend tag game"
"This is fantastic!!~ I loved this salad. I served this wiht our burgers and I couldn't keep my fork away from it!!??!! lol This really is a great salad. I loved the addition of the chili cheese fritos, they added so much flavor. Thank you so much for sharing."
"I love this recipe! I omit the green bell pepper and add fresh chopped jalapenos! Delicios! I have also added bacon to it! Kimberly Blackburn"
"Someone gave this recipe to my mother a couple years back, and when she made it and I tried it, I was in love!!!!! The pop of that sweet corn bursting into your mouth, is HEAVEN!!!! I use it as a dip, more than a salad. I also DON'T use the corn chips,instead I use the Spicy Sweet Chili flavored Diritos brand chips, The flavors match each other so well!!!!! If you haven't tried this recipe yet, you are TOTALLY missing out!!!!!!!"
"this was good the chip are what make,the next time i make it i do want to play with it and try some of the suggested.made with green onion and no peppers"
"Excellent recipe! It is so easy to make and we are never disappointed. Yum!!"
"I just prepared this dish, it is chillin right now. I used 3 large grilled corn on the cob,cuz i needed to use them . I took advise from other reviewers and used 1/2 lite Hellmann's and 1/2 lite sour cream, omitted the bell pepper ( my friend hates them ) and I am making it for her 33rd wedding anniv. party. I sub with 1/2 of a jalapeno. I also added about 1/2 tsp of chipotle chili powder to the mayo/ sour cream mixture. I will of course add the fritos when served. I will post the results after the party. I don't think I've made anything of Paula's, that was dissapointing.. Chao!"
"We thoroughly enjoyed this colorful and delicious salad on the Fourth of July! I used fresh corn off the cob, and it combined beautifully with the crunchy peppers, onions and chili cheese chips. (And is almost a "must" with its sweetness and bite, but if it isn't in season, then frozen is the next best thing.) I also used Hellman's lowfat mayo, and added a few tablespoons of taco seasoning to spice it up even more. This unique salad has many possibilities; Any color of bell pepper would work, and poblanos would be awesome as well. I noticed that some reviewers used it as a dip, and that would be a great way of enjoying too, as it's yummy even without the chips mixed in. And though there's no doubt the Fritos Scoops make excellent "dippers", (after all, a giant Frito corn chip surely surpasses a bite-size one ;-)) I'm thinking that taco-flavored Doritos would be just as fantastic, if not better. (Or why not go all out and serve both?) But definitely a keeper, and definitely impressive picnic and party fare. Thanks so much for sharing, Anna! :-)"
"Crunchy and flavorful, this a wonderful recipe! Even my husband, who doesn't usually care for corn, really liked this. I prepared this a few hours before dinner and that short amount of time sitting in the refrigerator made it taste even better than when I first mixed the ingredients. (I did wait to add the Fritos just before serving.) Fantastic recipe!"
"This is my 2014 go-to summer party dish. I have made it twice and was just asked to make it again for a party tomorrow. I do add a pouch of Hormel real bacon pieces and there are NO leftovers."
"This is very typical of Paula.....all the right stuff in a recipe.....and voila....the dish disappears.....and everyone wants the recipe! :)<br/>Love Paula's recipes, cookbooks, and magazine!<br/>Suzie in Montana"
"This was a great side dish- the only modification I made was to reduce the mayo to 1/2c and adding 1/2c of lowfat sour cream and I left out the green pepper (food allergy). I'll be making this again!"
"I loved this. Left out the pepper (don't like) and maybe would add bacon next time. Yum!"
"Every time I make this for a potluck or dinner I have to give the recipe out. So simple and so good."
"absolutely delicious! I left out the corn chips and used the big scoop chips to relish this as a dip. loved it!"