• carolfitz Posted: 07/05/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Parboiled the corn, then finished on the grill. Really great combo of flavors. Served with CL's chipotle burgers. Worthy of a holiday bbq.

  • kstone187 Posted: 09/04/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This is now a staple for casual summer dinners. To be lazy we just mix all of the ingredients together and spread on the corn. We also discovered that using this same technique yields a delicious dipping sauce for sweet potato fries.

  • dmdnc08 Posted: 02/22/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This was a great recipe!!! Wonderful flavors and really easy to make. I made some changes, it's probably not "authentic" anymore but it worked! I use plain Greek yogurt instead of mayo - no reason other than we simply don't eat mayo :-) The second time I made this, I had to bring a side dish to a potluck. I grilled the corn, then cut the kernels off & added to a bowl. Mixed in the rest of the ingredients. So people scooped it out w/ a spoon onto their plates instead of eating corn on the cob. I have to say it worked pretty good!! I make it both ways now, and regularly. A really really good side dish!!!

  • brighteyes8 Posted: 08/02/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I give this five stars both for its flavor and ease of preparation. I don't have a grill, so I boiled the ears of corn, stripped the cob, and mixed the kernels with the seasoning and served it with tortilla chips. Heaven.

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