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LOVED IT. This made for a wonderful, light summer dinner "al fresco"! We enjoyed it out on the patio tonight with a glass of white wine. I made the recipe exactly as written with 2 small exceptions: 1 clove of garlic instead of 2, and a touch of lemon zest in the dressing. The only reason I scaled back on the garlic was because of some of the comments saying the garlic was too much. I think next time I'll just use 2 cloves - I didn't really feel like I could taste the garlic at all with 1, so 2 should be fine.
This was a great addition to our July 4th bbq, in place of a heavy, mayonnaise potato salad or cole slaw. This recipe really showcased the fresh corn, basil, and tomatoes. I served it slightly warm, though my husband preferred it cold the following day. I thought it was delicious either way. I did cut the amount of garlic in half, which resulted in the perfect dressing and flavor.
This is a Great Summer Meal. I used garden tomatoes since we have so many and I also added Chicken that I marinated over night in Italian Dressing. I have never used fresh corn on the cob like this and honestly that is what made this one of my new Favorites.I can't say enough about how Good this Dish is!
Yum! As is, this recipe is amazing. It is hard to stop eating it.
Delicious and easy! For some reason, I couldn't get my hands on cheese tortellini, so I used mini cheese ravioli instead. I also used fresh corn cut off the cobs and regular grape tomatoes. I think next time I would cut back on the olive oil...it seemed just slightly on the oily side. Definitely great for a summer evening!
This recipe is absolutely delicious and incredibly easy to make!
Absolutely delicious and perfectly showcases sweet summer corn, tomatoes and basil! I had some of the leftovers cold the next day and while it was still good, I prefer it warm. Not for those who aren't fans of garlic.
I literally just finished eating this and it was wonderful. I'd easily put it in the top five meals I've ever made. Part because it was so freaking delicious and part because it was super easy. I goofed up and only bought one package of tortellini so I added in some bow tie pasta. I also used balsamic instead of Worcestershire because that actually just sounded better to me. Funny thing was my husband was unimpressed, but that's his problem :) It was great!
Served it for company and it was great, I did not have any Worcestershire and used balsamic vinegar as a suggestion from a friend. It was fantastic!!! Fresh tomatoes and basil and corn were the kicker!
Very fresh. Went great with ham, cantelope and deviled eggs for Sunday lunch. Don't use canned or frozen corn...only fresh. Needs good dash of salt and pepper. Would make again. Used Santa sweet tomatoes. Make sure to have ingredients ready to go so you can pour sauce over hot pasta. Do not rinse pasta.
I almost never give 5 stars. Loved this one. Easy, quick & really good. I used Romas, as that's what I had, made 1/2 except used the whole ear of corn.