Easy to prepare creamy Chicken Enchilada Soup with shredded chicken, black beans, corn, diced tomatoes, and melted cheese. So comforting and delicious!
This quick and easy version of Chap Chai (Stir Fry Mixed Vegetables) is suitable for every day or festive occasions. Vegetables may vary as desired.
A quick and simple yet tasty fried rice made with left-over grilled chicken and fresh seasonal corn.
This fragrant Sweet Corn Basil Ice Cream is a delicious treat any time of the year. It is fully infused with fresh corn and a slightly spicy basil flavor.
This fresh and tasty Black Rice, Corn, and Edamame Salad is flavored with a rice vinegar, honey, and sesame oil dressing. Wonderful served with seafood.
Stir Fried Salmon Quinoa, a deliciously nutty fried “rice” made with quinoa instead of rice and leftover grilled salmon, carrots, chives, and corn.
Tasty and fragrant Spiced Quinoa Corn Patties flavored with garam masala. Great as an appetizer, snack or side dish. Also works beautifully in the lunchbox.
Shredded chicken meat, crunchy corn kernels, and chicken broth make up this easy Chinese Chicken and Corn Soup. A must try when fresh corn is in season.
Simple, easy, gluten-free, and summery pan fried Green Bean Corn Cakes. Delicious as a side dish or snack dipped in sweet chili sauce.
Delicious homemade Ban Jian Kuih (Chinese Peanut Pancake) with chopped peanuts, cream style corn, and grated coconut filling.
These tasty Tofu, Corn, and Chive Fritters make delicious snacks and appetizers. They are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
This easy Sweet Corn Pudding uses only 5 pantry ingredients. It is delicious served as a light dessert or a tea time treat.
These easy and tasty Sweet Corn Pudding are a wonderful addition to any dessert table. Less than 15 minutes to prepare and uses only 4 ingredients.
This Red Bean Ice Cream with Cream Corn was inspired by a Malaysian dessert known as ais kacang. The delicious combination of flavors is not to be missed.
This warm and delicious Curried Corn Chowder is a twist on the classic with the addition of curry powder and ginger to give it a slightly spicy flavor.
Thanks to Lea Ann of Mangoes, Chili and Z, I am the recipient of Denver Junior League’s Creme de Colorado Cookbook. This cookbook contains a selection of recipes that reflect Colorado’s lifestyle and rich history. It includes nearly 700 recipes which are enhanced with color images by the renowned Colorado naturalist photographer, John Fielder. Lea…