Homemade Salsa

I haven’t shared any recipes for a while because honestly I haven’t been cooking much. Between vacation a few weeks ago, work travel, tons of weekend family activities, and just keeping up with daily life, I have only cooked a handful of meals in the past month!!! So now that Summer is winding down, I was thinking it might be fun to make a fresh and easy salsa this weekend to munch on while painting my master bathroom – yes, I’m finally able to work on that!

I found this one for Serrano and Corn Salsa via Camille Styles’ blog, and it looks fabulous! Think I’ll give it a whirl.

Serrano and Corn Salsa - Camille Styles

Serrano and Corn Salsa – Camille Styles

Ingredients:

2 ears of corn

1/4 cup chopped cucumber

1/4 cup chopped red bell pepper

1 serrano pepper, thinly sliced

1/4 cup chopped scallion

2-4 tablespoons fresh lime juice

2 teaspoons olive oil

drizzle of honey or agave

salt & pepper

Serrano and Corn Salsa Ingredients - Camille Styles

Serrano and Corn Salsa Ingredients – Camille Styles

Directions:

1.Slice corn kernels off the cob. Next, using the back of your knife, scrape the cob to get some of the leftover corn pulp. (you should get about 1 tablespoon per cob).  2.Mix everything together. Let chill in the fridge for 20 minutes or up to a day. Taste and adjust seasonings. This is great served with chips, on tacos, on salads, or on grilled fish.

Enjoy!

 

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