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Sweetcorn and Red Pepper Salad

Sweetcorn and Red Pepper Salad created by Redsie

From a book called The Goodness of Peppers. It suggests serving this colourful, crunchy salad in late summer when peppers, tomatoes and corn are all at their sweetest and most succulent.

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  • Remove all the husks and fibres from the cobs and slice the kernels off the cobs.
  • Put the kernels in a pan with some water and bring to the boil. Cook for about 8 minutes or until tender. Drain well and reserve.
  • Remove the caps, pith and seeds from the peppers and finely chop the flesh.
  • Combine the corn, peppers, celery, garlic, tomatoes, rocket and parsley in a large bowl and mix thoroughly.
  • In a small bowl, whisk the olive oil, vinegar, salt and pepper together. Pour over salad.
  • Sprinkle Parmesan shavings over salad and serve.
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"From a book called The Goodness of Peppers. It suggests serving this colourful, crunchy salad in late summer when peppers, tomatoes and corn are all at their sweetest and most succulent."
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  1. Redsie
    Sweetcorn and Red Pepper Salad Created by Redsie
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  2. Redsie
    Sweetcorn and Red Pepper Salad Created by Redsie
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  3. Redsie
    This was fresh, tasty and we loved it!! I forgot to add the parmesan - for sure, next time, I will add it - even though the salad was perfect as is!! :) Used a mix of salad (rocket, lettuce, spinach). Thanks CulinaryQueen!!
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  4. CulinaryQueen
    From a book called The Goodness of Peppers. It suggests serving this colourful, crunchy salad in late summer when peppers, tomatoes and corn are all at their sweetest and most succulent.
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